Kelly Rowland's 'COFFEE' is
Bold, Confident and Summer Ready
Kelly Rowland’s “COFFEE” is a smooth pick-me-up. A mid-tempo song that’s rich both lyrically and visually, and it arrived at the perfect time.
Rowland’s quiet-confidence and sex appeal is something that fans have enjoyed from her as a solo artist for almost 20 years. From her Grammy Award-winning smash hit “Dilemma” with Nelly to her No. 1 dance hit “When Love Takes Over” with David Guetta to the vogue-inspired “Commander,” Rowland’s return to the music scene never goes unnoticed.
With her latest release “COFFEE,” Rowland is taking listeners on a tropical journey with Caribbean-infused beats and a sultry vocal that makes this song the ultimate pre-summer teaser. Rowland sings about “coffee and sex in the morning” and that “they say morning wood do a body good.” It’s an inside look at the 39-year-old’s sunrise activities and she’s not shy about it.
The music video for “COFFEE” is stunning. It’s a celebration of beautiful brown skin with Rowland embracing every lyric with her super-toned body while riding a horse, playing in the sand, and grooving to the beat in the ocean with her dancers. Rowland exudes a level of “grown-woman” confidence in the video that’s empowering to see.
The sunlit clip makes us wish summer was already here and you can watch the full music video below.
For more on Rowland, visit Kellyrowland.com.