Saturday, September 11, 2010

Kelly Rowland's third album pushed back until 2011

Following a number of false-starts, Kelly Rowland has confirmed that her third studio album will not be hitting stores this year.

The news came during Rowland’s interview with Paper Magazine at a New York Fashion Week event this weekend:

Your new material continues to receive a ton of buzz. When can we expect the album?

Next year for right now. I’m still working on it. A friend of mine, Bryan Michael Cox who did Mariah’s “We Belong Together” with Jermaine Dupri — we’re all going back in the studio because they tell stories so well. So we’re going back in to write more stories.

And check out her new photoshoot for YRB here.