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Back to Business: Kelly Rowland Talks Mentoring New Girl Group, Promises New Music


David Becker/Getty Images via ABCKelly Rowland knows a thing or two about being part of a successful girl group, and the singer is drawing from her own experiences with Destiny’s Child to mentor her new girl group.  Kelly says it’s important to foster to new talent.

“I’m excited to give back, you know what I mean? I think you have to continue to pour into new talent and new artists and that’s exactly what’s happening,” the singer tells ABC Radio. “These girls are so talented and it’s just exciting to watch them come together and watch them grow. They’ve grown so fast at such a rapid speed. I’m happy to be here to witness it.”

While Rowland continues to groom her new R&B girl group for ultimate success on BET’s Chasing Destiny, the singer reveals that she’s also ready to get back in the studio.

“I’m so excited. I’m back in the studio. We’re almost done with their album, and right afterwards, I’m back in the studio,” she reveals.

And while the demands of the job usually don’t offer the singer much down time, Rowland tells ABC Radio when she gets it, it’s all about family. Specifically her husband and her son, one-and-a-half year-old Titan.

“I hang out with my kid, I hang out with my husband. That’s it, that’s it. It doesn’t take much to entertain us,” she says. 

Chasing Destiny airs Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET.

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