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Former Destiny's Child star, Kelly Rowland has reportedly been dropped by her record company.
The 'Work' singer, who has sold over four million albums as a solo artist, has parted ways with Columbia Records as she's no longer 'commercially viable', according to the News Of The World .
Her departure from the label comes just months after splitting from long-term manager and father of Beyoncé, Mathew Knowles.
While her debut album, 'Simply Deep' topped the charts here in the UK and produced the hit singles, 'Dilemma' and 'Stole', the follow-up 'Ms. Kelly' struggled to sell as many copies, only reaching No.23 in the album chart, despite being granted a re-release.
So, what's next for Kelly? Well, she's set to appear as the guest vocalist on DJ, David Guetta's next single, 'When Love Takes Over' and is expected to branch out into presenting.
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