Kelly Rowland Debuts 'Street Life' Featuring Pusha T
Kelly Rowland has released another single off her upcoming album, "Talk a Good Game". Highlighting Rowland's vocal, the track called "Street Light" is debuted via iHeartRadio. The Pusha T-assisted single is produced by rapper Pharrell Williams.
"Ooh, there go my baby daddy/ Pulling up like hey girl, lego/ Ooh, see I ain't pushing that Caddy/ We never leaving this place," she sings. Pusha T follows with, "Saving your receipts because she never keeps a promise/ This presidential rolley don't make me Obama/ So don't judge me by my jewelry, please your honor."
"Street Light" came a day after Rowland released her collaboration with Wiz Khalifa, "Gone". She performed the song on Jimmy Fallon's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Monday night, June 10. "There's a million ways that I could tell you/ But I think I'd rather show you it's over/ And I won't be back no more," Kelly sings, before taking the hook that samples Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi".
"Don't you know, it seems to go/ That you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone/ Don't you know, it seems to go/ That you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone/ Gave you my heart, it slipped through your fingers/ Now you don't want to play/ Don't you know, it seems to go/ That you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone," she continues.
"Talk a Good Game" is Rowland's third studio album. The album will arrive on June 18.
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