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Per Rowland's account, the likelihood of a Titan and Carter romance is NOT in the cards.
Talk a Good Game is the fourth studio album by American singer Kelly Rowland.
Sung confessionally enough that Rowland broke down during a recent live performance in Washington, D.
C., she sings, “He hittin’ the window like it was me, until it shattered / He pulled me out, he said, ‘Don’t nobody love you but me / Not your mama, not your daddy and especially not Bey’ / He turned me against my sister.” It perfectly encapsulates the textbook move in which abusers manipulate a victim’s self-esteem to shut out caring friends and family, all over a The-Dream-produced beat and piano figure that appropriately evokes James Blake’s “Limit to Your Love.” It’s gutting.
The first single from Kelly Rowland’s fourth solo album is “Dirty Laundry,” which some shallow listeners have characterized as a Beyoncé-jealousy song.
In fact, it’s one of the most important and resonant tracks about domestic violence ever.
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Making sure whoever was there was there with good intentions -- and that I wouldn't be wasting my time! " I sat in the line at the grocery store and had a 30-minute conversation with this woman.
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The ballad “Down on Love” precedes “Dirty Laundry” on the track list, a sort of prequel to the deep shit, detailing another man with commitment issues and hoping for someone good enough.
“Gone” flips a “You don’t know what you got till it’s gone” hook (Janet Jackson via Joni Mitchell) into a sleeper banger with cloudy synths and a snap beat.
Formerly titled Year of the Woman, the album was released on June 14, 2013 through Universal Republic and its affiliated record labels.
Incorporating a base core of R&B and pop music, Talk a Good Game was influenced by the likes of Whitney Houston, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder amongst other of Rowland's idols.