When two talented people collaborate, it’s a level-up in dope content!

Such is the case with Kelly Rowland who told Beats 1 that she is planning to join Syd of The Internet in the studio to create new music.

"Syd's voice just sucks you in," Rowland said. "Everything about her is just so effortless. I love working with her in the studio. I think I played ["Girl"] at least a thousand times. It makes me feel sexy, feminine, and easy."

The Syd collab is in conjunction with her next solo album. It's been a little while since Rowland's last album, Talk A Good Game, which dropped in 2013.

Rowland talked a bit about what's caused the delay as well.

"You have this moment to evolve and you have a platform to say something," said Rowland. "Right after I had my son I didn't know what I wanted to talk about. I just found this place and found a groove and everything started to pop into place. I'm really excited.”

Rowland also delved into the finding that middle ground between youth and older age.

"I'm not in my 20s, but I'm not in my 50s. I'm in this really glorious time where I'm receiving a lot of information and I feel like I have to give that back out too. That's more than enough to talk about. My theme is the extraordinary simple life of me. It's a really colorful, beautiful record so far."

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Looking forward to it!

Kelly Rowland certainly has a lot to sing about since her last album as her life as changed in a myriad of ways. If you’d like to listen to the complete Beats 1 interview, click here!