Thursday, July 1, 2010

Kelly Rowland Was Indeed Dropped From Columbia

A while ago, news broke that Kelly Rowland was no longer with Columbia Records, the record company that produced Destiny's Child and Beyonce. Kelly and Columbia noted that the split was mutual but kelly decides to come clean and admit she was dropped. Here's what she said about that and her relationship with Beyonce,
Despite constant rumors pitting them against one another, the “Grown Woman” says she and BeyoncĂ© have remained friends. “We were always civilized,” she tells Entertainment Weekly. “That’s what I’m most proud of. From the rumors to the lawsuits to false accusations, it was really tough.”
Even when legal issues arose with former members LeToya and LaTavia, the two stayed close. “We were strong because we had each other,” she tells the magazine. “There were times when I couldn’t even be strong enough, so I had B. She was the only thing I knew. She was my only friend.”
As for the Destiny’s Child reunion that her former manager Mathew Knowles shut down, Kelly says she would be open to it “if the fans wanted it to happen.”
Rowland also admits in the article that her former label Columbia Records dropped her and it was not a mutual split as the press release stated. “In all honesty, they let me go. The records that I put out probably didn’t perform as well as maybe they wanted them to,” she reveals. “We live in an industry where you’ve got to bring in money. You can’t be pushing out so much money and not bring anything back. I get it.” 
It's okay Kelly. I bet Columbia was kicking themselves in the neck when When Love Takes Over came out.

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