Single Review: Kelly Rowland – ‘Commander’2 min read
Kelly Rowland is back this month with her colossal single Commander and the track sees the sultry rebirthed dance diva back in the genius hands of club supremo David Guetta.
Kelly has recently been signed to Universal Motown for her next record which Commander will be featured on.
Following the mammoth Grammy Award winning number one club hit When Love Takes Over, Commander is another David Guetta collaboration and is confident and demanding beat heavy dance-floor brilliance from the singer who has unfortunately spent a large part of her solo career in the shadow of fellow Destiny’s Child peer Beyonce.
When Love Takes Over saw Kelly coming into her own and finding her musical zenith and most successful solo style. Her vocals on Commander are impeccable and she takes full advantage of the empowerment in her voice as well as the remarkable vocal range not previously heard in earlier R&B releases.
Commander is a powerful commercial club hit which will undoubtedly see Kelly come closer to grasping the success held by her fellow Destiny’s Child counterpart with merit.
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