Kelly Rowland opens up to the public in a way she never has before on her new record “Dirty Laundry.” In the revealing song produced by The-Dream, the singer bares her soul as she airs dirty laundry about her past, from her insecurity when compared to her successful, pop star sister (assumed to be Beyonce) to an abusive relationship.
Here is a sampling of the lyrics:
“When my sister was onstage killing it like a m———–, I was in rage, feeling it like a m———–. Bird in a cage, you would never know what I was dealing with. Went our separate ways, but I was happy she was killing it. Bittersweet. She was up, I was down. No lie I feel good for her, but what do I do now? Forget the records, off the record, I was going through some b——-. Post Survivor, she on fire, who wants to hear my b——-? Meanwhile, this n—- putting his hands on me. Swear ya’ll don’t know the half of this industry.”
In the second verse, she talks about verbal abuse and her abusive boyfriend turning her against her mother and sister, saying “Nobody love you more than me. Not your mommma, not your Daddy and not B.”
Listen to the song here:
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What do you think of “Dirty Laundry,” Clutchettes?