Kelly Rowland is staging a Destiny's Child reunion on her new album -- sort of.
The 32-year-old singer teamed up with her Destiny's Child bandmates, Beyonce and Michelle Williams, for the latest track off of her upcoming "Talk a Good Game" album.
The "Survivor" singers collaborated for Rowland's song "You've Changed," the newest song to make its debut off of the songstress' fourth solo studio album.
The R&B single opens with the girls asking, "Ladies, y'all want to do it again?" The track showcases the harmonies that the girl group was celebrated for at the height of their success in the late '90s and early '00s.
Lest fans think this means that Destiny's Child is back, Rowland recently offered some clarification to Billboard. “It’s not a Destiny’s Child track, it’s me featuring Beyoncé and Michelle," she told the publication, before adding that "You've Changed" sounds simply like “soulllllll.”
Rowland, Williams, and Beyonce released their last album of new material as Destiny's Child in 2004 when "Destiny Fulfilled" hit stores. The group reunited earlier this year for the release of a compilation album "Love Songs" and a much-hyped performance at the Super Bowl.
Out June 18, Rowland's "Talk a Good Game" also features collaborations with Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, and The-Dream.