By Laura Ferreiro
While the tune, "You've Changed," features the three famed singers, Billboard reports that they weren't actually in the studio at the same time, and they were mixed together "through the magic of technology" on the soulful, mid-tempo jam by producer Harmony Samuels.
Apparently Beyoncé can still stir some strong emotions in Rowland. When performing live in Washington D.C. on Sunday, the singer broke down in the middle of her new hit "Dirty Laundry" after she sang the line "turnin' me against my sister" in reference to her gal pal Beyoncé. About four minutes into a video of the performance, Rowland began to cry and put her head in her hands, but was consoled by the crowd who cheered her on and shouted her name.
Earlier in the show, Rowland told the crowd, "Doing this song for me was so therapeutic. Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy," reports OMG! The song also addresses past relationships with abusive boyfriends.
Both tunes, "Dirty Laundry" and "You've Changed," are expected to appear on Rowland's forthcoming album Talk A Good Game, which is due to be released June 18.
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