Just a couple of months after her fourth, solo album release, Kelly Rowland is considering an album re-release.
The former Destiny's Child singer released "Talk a Good Game" in June. The album sold 68,000 copies in its first week and debuted at number four on the Billboard 200, becoming Rowland's third top-ten album in the US. But despite the albums success, Rowland believes the album could have even more potential. Singer/songwriter Lonny Bereal said in a recent interview that he was working with Rowland on a re-release of her album.
"I vocal produced over half of the [Talk a Good Game] project and we wrote two songs that may be on the re-release that I wrote with Kelly and Jado. She's back in the studio, even today, back in the studio creating new music," he told the SingersRoom.
The re-release could receive more publicity given Rowland's most recent role. It was announced earlier this year that the "Dirty Laundry" singer would serve as an "X-Factor" judge during the fourth season of the show.
In a separate interview, Rowland was also asked about former band mate, Beyonce, who has recently been sporting a new haircut. Rowland suggested that Beyonce would look wonderful no matter how she cut her hair.
"Beyonce can have a strand of hair on her head and still be fine," Rowland, 31, told TMZ. "We have been rocking short haircuts since the beginning of time. We all got it from somebody," she said without mentioning who Beyonce's inspiration for her dramatic chop. "[And] somebody got something off of somebody so..."
Rowland has yet to comment on whether she has any plans to re-release her album. Prior to releasing "Talk a Good Game," the singer collaborated with Destiny's Child to release a compilation album titled, "Love Songs"- which featured the newly recorded "Nuclear."