Kelly Rowland has been on an incredible yet rocky road throughout her musical career. As an original member of the popular R&B group Destiny's Child, which she joined at just 16 years old, she made multiplatinum hits and sold out tours worldwide.
Eventually she stepped away from singing alongside world-renowned singing superhuman Beyonce and in 2002 she dropped a debut album Simply Deep, which produced two popular singles that got attention. In the years since then, she has released two more albums and turned her sex appeal up a notch with one.
Next Tuesday, Rowland's fourth studio album, Talk a Good Game, will be released. Let's take a look at Kelly's career and how things have grown sexier -- much sexier -- over time.
Kelly Rowland performs Saturday at the Arena Theatre, 7326 Southwest Fwy., arenahouston.com.
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