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Kelly Rowland: 'Old label dumped me'

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Kelly Rowland
Kelly Rowland has revealed that she was dropped from her previous label Columbia Records.

The singer, whose new single 'Commander' was produced by David Guetta, previously said that parting ways with the label was a "mutual decision", but has since admitted that leaving the company was not her wish.

She told Entertainment Weekly: "The records that I put out probably didn't perform as well as maybe they wanted them to. We live in an industry where you've got to bring in money... I get it."

Rowland, who is now signed to label Universal Motown, recently described her album as "dance-inspired" without neglecting her R&B roots.

The LP is expected to be released later this year.

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