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10 October 2012, 15:57
The 'Keep It Between Us' singer has promised her "greatest pieces of work" for her next record.
Kelly Rowland has officially announced that her brand new solo album is called 'Year Of The Woman'.
The 'Down For Whatever' singer announced the new on her website earlier today, after teasing the title on Twitter for the past several weeks.
"I'm so excited to reveal the title of my fourth solo studio album," Kelly wrote in a post on her official website today (10th October). "For weeks I have been using the hashtag #YOTW which stands for my next album which is titled 'Year Of The Woman'.
"This album is one of my greatest pieces of work and I cannot wait to share it with you guys! xoxo- KR," Kelly promised.
'Year Of The Woman' was preceded by Kelly's lead single from the album', a song called 'Ice', which features 'Mirror' rapper Lil Wayne.
Check out a brand new press shot for Kelly Rowland's new album below (Credit: KellyRowland.com):
As well as preparing to release the follow-up to her 2011 third album 'Here I Am', Kelly also recently featured on Big Boi's brand new single 'Mama Told me'.
Kelly has yet to announced a release date for her new album 'Year Of The Woman'.