There's no doubt that among all the various ladies to perform as members of Destiny's Child throughout the group's history, Beyonce Knowles has managed to craft the most successful solo career for herself. That being said, Bey's BFF, Kelly Rowland, has also managed to find success under her own name. She hasn't reached Beyonce's level, obviously, but Ms. Kelly's still managed to have a nice string of top 10 R&B-pop hits, including "Dilemma" with the rapper Nelly in 2002; "Like This," with Eve in 2007; and "Motivation,' feat. Lil Wayne in 2011. On "Motivation," Kelly seemed to find her lane as a provocative sex kitten, and is apparently embracing the role, because her new single also veers toward the sexy. On her latest single, "Kisses Down Low," Kelly sings about how she likes her man to be a cunning linguist, so to speak:
"Nothing can compare to when you kiss me there and I can't lie, in your arms I feel so sexy," she sings. "So boy just take your time, send chills down my spine, you're one of a kind, so I gotta make you mine, boy you turn me on, now I'm really gone."
For those who haven't caught on yet, the song's about cunnilingus, commonly known as oral sex. And over a sensuous, sumptuous beat, Kelly goes on and on about misbehaving and getting down and dirty. The song, which is the rare Kelly Rowland single in which she doesn't have a rapper sharing the spotlight, is slated to be on her upcoming third solo album, Year of the Woman, which is due out later in 2013 via the Universal Republic label. No word yet on a release date for the album, but the salacious current single can be streamed via Kelly's official Soundcloud account; a link's included below.