Motivation: Kelly Rowland Inks Deal With ‘Caress’ Skin Care, Talks Next Album, Leaving Her Label



Ever wonder how Kelly Rowland keeps those “Kisses Down Low” coming? Well, this might be it.  While 2013 saw the gorgeous brown skinned singer nab some pretty sweet deals with Jaguar and TJ Steel, this year is sure to be even more promising.

Now adding lucrative skin care business ‘Caress‘ under her belt, Kelly sure won’t be singing “Dilemma” any time soon. Taking to – of course – Instagram to unveil the announcement, the new promo aptly entitled #CaressMe, shows a bob wearing Kelly dressed to the T in a behind the scenes shoot.

Big money – we like it. And it’s obvious she does too. Well deserved and definitely well chosen, we’re excited to see what flare Kelly brings to Caress when the full promo rolls out.

In a new interview with HuffPostLive on Wednesday, Kelly revealed that she has just started working on the follow-up to last year’s Talk A Good Game. “It’s been wonderful so far, a fresh new spin on everything, with writers, producers, just being inspired, just creativity,” Kelly said of her upcoming fifth album.

The new music has been influenced by iconic female singers including Diana Ross. “I’ve been inspired by the queens that have gone before us, incredibly strong women who aren’t afraid to take risks and just be innovative,” said Kelly, while also confirming that she has parted ways with Universal Republic.

“I feel like right now, I just needed something new and I’ve earned the right to make my own choices and make my own decisions,” she said. “I wish them well, they wish me well. No hard feelings, I just needed a fresh, new start.”

She hasn’t decided on her next move. “There are different offers on the table,” she said. “I just want to see what it feels like. I’m just in the studio on my own and just having a really good time just being creatively free.”

Check out her interview and Caress promo video below!

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