Kelly Rowland has debuted the latest single off of her upcoming "Talk a Good Game" album. Called "Street Life," the new track is a collaboration with G.O.O.D Music rapper Pusha T. Produced by Pharrell Williams, the song is the third single from Rowland's fourth studio album.
"Street Life" is a departure from Rowland's recent softer sound. The hard track has the 32-year-old singer crooning about life on the streets over a heavy beat. "Coming from the street life we know it’s letting go / We like to go to school for education / But the street life we know don’t write no notes / It’s like parole with the time we’re facing," Rowland sings in "Street Life" before Pusha T jumps in with a rap verse. Take a listen to the track above.
Last month Rowland premiered the album's second single, "Dirty Laundry," after the release of her earlier single, "Kisses Down Low." The headline-making "Dirty Laundry" had Rowland opening up about a past abusive relationship and her feelings towards fellow Destiny's Child alum, Beyonce Knowles.
"Talk a Good Game" will hit stores on June 18.