Kelly Rowland Joins Coldplay For a Live Rendition of Destiny’s Child’s ‘Independent Women Part I’

Rowland is the band’s most recent special guest on their ‘Music of the Spheres’ globe tour. During their North American tour, Coldplay welcomed Kelly Rowland to the stage with a collective performance of Destiny’s Child’s ‘Independent Women Part I.’ 

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The band preceded their next surprise guest with a complimentary introduction at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on 11th June, reminding listeners that the Destiny’s Child alum knew ‘how it’s really done.’ Frontman Chris Martin said that this is a true, professional and brilliant music.

Take a look at the video below.

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Rowland and Coldplay collaborated on a stripped-down acoustic cover of the song, which debuted on the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack in 2000 and later on the track-list of Destiny’s Child’s third studio album, ‘Survivor. ‘Rowland, who formed one third  of the girl group with Beyoncé and Michelle Williams until it disbanded in 2006, is the most recent performer on Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres world tour.

The tour has also featured cameos by Bruce Springsteen and Kylie Minogue, who played their songs ‘Working on a Dream’ and ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head,’ respectively, since it began its North American leg in April.

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The tour will kick off in Europe early next month and run through the end of August, before heading to South America in September and October for a run of gigs that will include Camila Cabello and H.E.R., among others.

The Music of the Spheres global tour is in promotion of Coldplay’s most recent album, which bears the same name. Selena Gomez, BTS and Jon Hopkins, among others, make guest appearances on the album, which was released in October of last year.