Kelly Rowland, one-third of the R&B group Destiny's Child, is reuniting her group members for her fourth studio album Talk A Good Game.
Rowland, 32, reunited with her former group members earlier this year for a compilation album and performance at the 2013 Super Bowl. Although the group has yet to make plans for an entirely new record together, Rowland revealed that she is uniting Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams for her own upcoming studio album.
However, Rowland insisted that the song is not a Destiny's Child record.
"It's not a Destiny's Child track, it's me featuring Beyoncé and Michelle," Rowland told Billboard recently.
The 32-year-old singer described the song as having a soulful sound. Rowland's group first reunited on a new song called "Nuclear" for the January Destiny's Child compilation album "Love Songs." Knowles, the 31-year-old Grammy Award winning singer and part of Destinys Child, grabbed the attention of 104 million viewers when her group reunited on the Super Bowl stage last February, according to the Nielsen company.
Williams, 31, shared her feelings about reuniting with her group members on stage during the Super Bowl halftime show.
"It was an honor to share the stage with my sisters Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé on Sunday night," Williams wrote on Facebook last February. "To all my ladies, we must learn to stick together and support each other."
Eight years after their last release, the group joined together to perform "Bootylicious" and "Independent Woman" before finishing with Knowles' hit song "Single Ladies." However, Williams recently said fans should not expect new material from the group for some time.
"As far as Destiny's Child is concerned I think you've seen the last of us for a long time when we did the Super Bowl," Williams told Hiphollywood.com recently.
Although the group does not seem to have plans for a full reunion album, their greatest hits compilation album was released on Jan. 29.