Former Destiny Child star, Kelly Rowland, is still feeling the vibe she got while she was in a girl-group and wants to bring it back with her new reality show.
She revealed this weekend at SXSW that she misses the days when girl groups held sway in a chat with BET’s Stephan Hill
There’s been so many artists and there’s nothing wrong with it-who want to be solo,”
It’s what we’re used to right now. And like I said, there’s nothing wrong with it. But I think it’s time for another generation to see women coming together. I think it’s time for another generation to see camaraderie. I think it’s time for another generation to hear voices together. To hear the power of it, how exciting it is. How it’s a force on stage. That is something that is missed. Hell, I miss it.”
However, Kelly Rowland is not just talking the talk as she has decided to bring back the days of girl-group with her upcoming reality show, Chasing Destiny. Which is aimed at finding the next big girl-group.
“It’s the power of females,” Rowland said. “It’s the power of females coming together. And I think its a culture that’s missed. That’s the main reason why I felt there was a void in the market place. Yes, we have Fifth Harmony, yes, we have Little Mix, but that’s two. When we were coming up there was En Vogue, Jade, Xscape, Spice Girls, Dixie Chicks. Girl groups of all genres.”
Kelly Rowland has done well thus far as a solo act. So it will be interesting to be see what she comes up with on the show, Chasing Destiny.