Never one to do it by halves, American superstar Kelly Rowland returns with her latest single Lay It On Me which sees the RnB diva pairing up with Californian rapper Big Sean, who provides the track with a couple of tight rap segments, on the singers first release since previous single, Down For Whatever.
Lay It On Me is an assertive, feel good track for Rowland with a progressive piano led structure that ropes you into the energy that the diva radiates as soon as the first beat hits and continues to do so right to the end of the track. Topically risque, Rowland describes, at times in graphic detail, her womanly needs and bedroom fantasies.
Lay It On Me is a mix of piano and synth loops that progresses Rowland’s venture into more club orientated releases with fantastic results and comes as one of the highlights on the star’s recent Here I Am studio release
Vocally Rowland is on top form and in my opinion the track is the best she has released since her David Guetta collaboration, When Love Takes Over. It’s great to see Rowland doing tracks like this which sound both radio friendly and worthy of a spin on the dance-floor.
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