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Kelly Rowland: 'You Changed' feat. Beyonce & Michelle Williams - Listen Now!

Kelly Rowland: 'You Changed' feat. Beyonce & Michelle Williams - Listen Now!

Check out your first listen of Kelly Rowland‘s hot new song “You Changed” featuring Beyonce and Michelle Williams!

The Destiny’s Child groupmates reunited for the song, which is featured on Kelly‘s new album Talk a Good Game, in stores June 18.

“We were actually in three separate places when we did this song,” Kelly told Blis FM. “I got messages from one of them back to back like, ‘oh my god, we sound so great together!’”

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Kelly Rowland, Beyonce, and Michelle Williams’ new song?

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13 Responses to “Kelly Rowland: 'You Changed' feat. Beyonce & Michelle Williams - Listen Now!”

  1. 1
    sdf Says:

    I have to be honest but her latest songs are BORING.

  2. 2
    Oh Yeah!!! Says:

    Love this grp!

  3. 3
    lala Says:

    not really a fan of her music (or beyonces either) but i did feel sorry for kelly. she is just as attractive and talented as beyonce but because of the media and beyonces dad manager, she got the successful solol career.

  4. 4
    ian Says:

    sounds like a bad copy of love on top by Beyoncé

  5. 5
    @songz151 Says:

    YOUVE CHANGED!!! Love IT…..

  6. 6
    Ionic Says:

    How can you say that because of media and Beyonce’s dad, she got the successful solo career? That doesn’t make any since at all. It doesn’t matter how talented or determined your manager is to get you noticed, if people don’t like you, that’s it. You won’t go very far. Beyonce got to where she is because she actually has more talent than Kelly. Hate to say it, but it’s true. And people just sort of gravitate toward her more. Some just have that personality type that no matter how much you try to hate them, you still want to see more of them.

  7. 7
    Jord Says:

    @Ionic: This is so stupid. Have you not got a brain in your skull? I completely agree with the other person’s comment – who are are attacking.

    Beyonce is more famous than Kelly because of how the media treats Beyonce and how they swarm around her. Take Hannah Montana for instance, when it was over everyone swarmed around Miley Cyrus and forgot about Mitchel Musso and Emily Osment because the media surrounded Miley and forgot about the other two main actors of the show.

    The media either makes or breaks a star and often leave beyond the ones that don’t have the most profile, which paradoxically, they made.

    People still love Kelly and Beyonce but Beyonce gets more recognition not just for her talent but for her fame too… Kelly gets recognised for her talent and NOT just her fame. That is why she often goes unappreciated and ‘unnoticed’.

  8. 8
    broken heart Says:

    love it!

  9. 9
    Where's Michelle Says:

    Why is Michelle in that group. She gets treated like a step child. Every1 gets a verse, she gets a faded bridge pfff

  10. 10
    kie Says:

    Love it . I can’t wait to get the album.

  11. 11
    Where's Michelle Says:

    @lala: Kelly is just not as out there as beyonce. She pushes harder. What she needs to do is get some businesses under her belt to take care of her when she gets old. She seems to be the only one relying on music. Music now adays don’t pay. Fame does. Get paid for being.

  12. 12
    Tuquan Says:

    @Where’s Michelle: Just because Michelle doesn’t get long verses doesn’t mean they’re treating her like a step child. Kelly and Beyonce’ are very encouraging of Michelle. Michelle has a unique voice that’s very soulful and childlike at times so there are certain parts in songs that suit her voice best. Also, often in their performances they’ll say things like “Go Michelle!” or “Get it ‘Chelle.” So, she’s NOT a step child. But honestly, I’m sure that since they’re a group their contractual pay is about the same, excluding incentives such as who did vocal production, writing, etc. I’d let the others sing and dance more if at the end of the day we’re all getting paid the same amount. Work smarter not harder is my motto. LOL

  13. 13
    Tuquan Says:

    @ian: Huh?! This song has no resemblance to “Love On Top.” The tempo, beat, and vocal arrangement is waaaaaaaaayyyyyy different.

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