Kelly Rowland Takes Us To The Laundromat in “Dirty Laundry” Teaser
Kelly Rowland likes her kisses down low, her ice served cold and her laundry washed, folded and lightly scented with a spritz of Sean John’s Empress and a hint of Apple Pie A La Mode.
But don’t get it twisted: Her love is not coin-operated. So grab your detergent and fabric softener, Rowland Stones: Kelendria is taking us to the laundromat! (Note: Not to be confused with Shakira‘s Laundry Service, nor Nivea‘s R. Kelly-produced non-smash, “Laundromat.”)
After leaving us all with a lifetime’s worth of chiropractor appointments on her back-arching ode to cunnilingus, “Kisses Down Low” (if you weren’t already aware, it’s now available on iTunes), the sensual songstress is back with a brand new track on May 21 called “Dirty Laundry,” produced by The-Dream. The song is the latest cut off of Kelendria’s upcoming fourth studio album, Talk A Good Game. (Speaking of, have you seen the album cover yet?)
Clearly K. Row’s taking a cue from Beyoncé‘s tease-’em-and-leave-’em 2013 campaign strategy, because she just served up the tease-iest of teases for her upcoming smooth jam, filling out the laundromat with a sexy, early ’90’s R&B-tinged piano groove and a solid drum thump.
It ain’t much to work with just yet, but “Dirty Laundry” already sounds like the perfect motivation for a long night of babymaking—and hand-washing your delicates.
UPDATE: Miss Kelly’s just given us a new lyric—she’s going in for the deep stains on this one: “Now I’m single with my singles, I’m ok. But my singles not saying what I really want to say.”
“Dirty Laundry” will be released on May 21. (iTunes)