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Thursday 31 July 2014

Destiny's Child reunite for song

Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Beyonce worked together on Kelly's track

Destiny's Child singers Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have collaborated on a new track for Kelly's upcoming album.

The song You've Changed, which debuted on Kelly's SoundCloud page, sees the Dilemma singer taking lead vocals, backed by her two former bandmates.

It will appear on her fourth album Talk A Good Game, which is expected to be released in the US in June, reported Billboard.com.

It's the trio's first joint offering since Nuclear, which Pharrell Williams produced for the Destiny's Child compilation Love Songs.

Kelly revealed at the end of the track that the singers recorded their vocals separately.

"We were actually in three separate places when we did this song. I got messages from one of them back to back like, 'Oh my God, we sound so great together!'" she told Blis FM.

The 32-year-old - who has signed on to be a judge on the US version of The X Factor alongside Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and Paulina Rubio - also said it was not a Destiny's Child song, saying: "It's not a Destiny's Child track. It's me featuring Beyonce and Michelle."

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