Despite being photographed with Beyonce and even joining her on stage and at events like 'The Beyonce Experience' tour, Kelly Rowland is well aware of the fact that people assume that there's some type of hidden beef going on between them.
Addressing the issue this week, Rowland claims "the world likes tension".
"Obviously the world likes a feud because the world likes a little tension. As far as Beyoncé and I are concerned, we came from a group. It’s cliché that girl groups don’t get along and they hate each other; [the press] would love for us to fight and bicker and bite each other’s heads off, says Rowland. "For me, I feel like there’s space for everybody and [the press] pit us against each other."
With a new single out and album coming this fall, the "Commander" singer says there's plenty of music to go around so why not just focus on that...
"If there’s great music, why can’t we love it all?, she tells LA Pride. "I think there’s so much talent and so much great music right now, let’s just listen to it all; you don’t have to choose, let’s just enjoy it all."
Kelly Rowland's third studio album is due in stores September 2010.
This Monday – Trina, Mayor of Port-au-Print Jean Yves Jason and Philanthropist Melky Jean will be in New York to launch the Amazing Summer Challenge Tour whose goal is to raise awareness to Haiti’s plight in the U.S., promote and raise funds for the Carma Foundation to provide food, clothing and shelter to orphanages in Haiti, to provide promise packs with school and medical supplies from World Vision and to build a world class educational facility in Port-au-Prince for the children of Haiti.
Over the years, Trina has contributed greatly to various urban communities. Continuing with this same tradition Trina is partnering with philanthropist Karma Melky Jean to assist the orphans who have continued to be impacted by the latest catastrophic events that took place in Haiti. For every gloss sold online through her cosmetics line “Amazin’ Cosmetics” beginning in June 2010, a portion of the proceeds will go towards the Promise Packs from World Vision (www.worldvision.org) that includes hygiene products and school supplies that will be provided to the orphans and survivors of the tremendous earthquake. For more information on Trina and how you can help contribute to the donations to the Promise Packs for the Haiti survivors, please visit: www.carmafoundation.org.
Miss Info got the scoop that Drizzy will do voiceover work in the third and final installment of Gears of War. The rapper will voice playable character, Jace Strartton. The game is due out soley on Xbox consoles April 2011.
“When Epic came to me with the role, I couldn’t pass it up,” said Drake. “They’ve created an amazing character in Jace, and I’m looking forward to my tour in Delta Squad.”
But Drizzy might not be the only MC cracking the mic. Godfree pointed out that Ice-T announced (and retracted) that his chords were going to be used in the game as well.