Kelly Rowland Tired Of People Placing Her 2nd To Beyonce In Destiny’s Child: ‘Stop Comparing Me, I Am A Light Too’
Destiny’s kid is one of the huge girl groups of all time. The ladies braved member changes, internal drama, and all other types of adversity to high the charts many times over. The group also housed powerhouse Beyonce Knowles-Carter,
helmed by numerous as the greatest living entertainer of our time. With that type of breakout star present, it is simple to overlook all the other people the group made into stars. For many, Kelly Rowland is the 2nd-best stuff to come from Destiny’s kid,
but Kelly is not a fan of being called number 2. Destiny’s kid rose to prominence on the back of the ’90s girl group rush that gave us TLC, En Vogue, Spice Girls, and Xscape. The womens of DC looked like to create a melting pot of all of these ingredients,
delivering refreshing R&B music with a mainstream request, all packaged nicely and led by future superstar Beyonce. Kelly Rowland played her part as well as the group’s 2nd lead singer, with her vocal being present on such huge hits as “Bills Bills Bills,”
“Bootylicious,” and “Independent women.” When the ladies lost discovering members Latoya and Latavia, Bey and Kelly pushed forward with Michelle Williams to even brighter heights, dominating radio and music clip channels. Kelly would literally be the first member to break from the group,
scoring a huge hit with Nelly. “Dilemma” was a number 1 record and set her up for single success. Bey would finally go solo as well and become the biggest star she is now. While some asserts that colorism and their sharing the exact manager,
Mathew Knowles, squandered Kelly’s success in those initial years, Rowland would go on to trailblaze in the realms of EDM and dance album with the hit “Love Takes Over.” The song supported introduce David Guetta to the world and redefined Kelly’s career and audience.
“Motivation” would be another huge success for her, proving that Rowland can dominate in any genre. Obviously, few stars have succeeded on the level of Beyonce, and while Kelly’s after launches have gone somewhat under the radar,she constantly to thrive as a recording artist, actress, and influencer. Kelly has also taken time from the limelight to start her family and is heavily involved in charity work and other notable causes.
DC’s 3rd member Michelle Williams is also an accomplished star in her own right with hits in gospel and dance music, as well as a successful run on reality tv.