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About Kelly Rowland
Kelly Rowland is an American singer/songwriter, born Kelendria Rowland on the 11th February 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia. Kelly initially enjoyed major international success alongside Beyonce Knowles and an ever changing line up in the girl group Destiny’s Child.

Destiny’s Child enjoyed their first international hit with the single No, No, No in 1998, followed by the release of the multi-platinum selling second album The Writing’s on the Wall the following year. From this album the group enjoyed a string of internationally successful singles including Jumpin’ Jumpin’ and the US #1s Bills, Bills, Bills and Say Your Name, which went on to win several awards at the 2001 Grammys.

The group followed up the success of The Writing’s on the Wall with their third album Survivor, which was released in May 2001. The album went on to sell over 10 million copies worldwide, reaching #1 in several countries including the UK and USA. From the album the group released two UK #1 singles, Independent Women Part I, which was also featured on the Charlie’s Angels film soundtrack, and the title track, Survivor. Two further hit singles were released - Bootylicious, another US #1, and Emotion.

During a temporary break from the group, Kelly recorded the single Dilemma with rapper Nelly in 2002. The single became a worldwide hit, reaching #1 in several countries including the USA and UK and became one of the biggest selling singles of that year.

To capitalise on the success of the single, the release of Kelly’s first solo album, Simply Deep, was brought forward and released in early 2003. The album was another success, reaching #1 in several countries including the UK. The next single release, Stole, was another international success and reached #2 in the UK. This single was then followed by another international top ten hit, Can’t Nobody and slightly less successful Train on a Track, which was featured on the soundtrack for the film Maid in Manhattan.

Following her solo success, Kelly then returned to Destiny’s Child in late 2004 to release the album Destiny Fulfilled, and the supporting Destiny Fulfilled… And Lovin’ It tour. The album became another success for the group and spawned a string of hit singles including Loose My Breath, Soldier and Girl. At the end of the tour the group disbanded and released a greatest hits collection appropriately titled #1s.

Kelly went on to release her second solo album Ms. Kelly in June 2007. Although the album proved to be not as commercially successful as its predecessor, Kelly still enjoyed success, particularly in the UK and the rest of Europe, with the singles Work and Ghetto, featuring Snoop Dog.

In 2009, Kelly left her record label, Columbia Records, and collaborated as a guest vocalist on the David Guetta single When Love Takes Over. The single went on to become a huge international success, reaching #1 in several countries.

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