Kelly Rowland’s son Titan Jewell Weatherspoon (with manager husband Tim Weatherspoon) will turn 3 years old next month and exit the toddler stage of childhood, which will usher in a new level of business for the singer.Now that he’s a little man in the making, Kelly is moving ahead with lots of new projects, including working on her fifth solo album and a concert tour in Australia, where she’s going to be returning as a judge on the country’s version of She’s also invested in a lash subscription company called Elora Lane, is working on a children’s clothing line and recently partnered with Band-Aid Brand and the STICK WITH IT campaign to share the message that when you believe in yourself enough to jump, great things can happen. There was no book about moms and what happens to her physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.Rowland and Beyoncé lent their voices to a collaboration with Kitten Sera, entitled "All That I'm Lookin for".The song appeared on The Katrina CD album, whose proceeds went to the Recording Artists for Hope organization.The song's global success influenced Rowland to explore dance music on her third album Here I Am (2011), which spawned the international top-ten hit "Commander" and US R&B/Hip-Hop number-one "Motivation".In 2011, she returned to television as a judge on the eighth season of The X Factor UK, and in 2013, became a judge on the third and final season of The X Factor US.
The album featured some of the group's most widely known songs such as "Bills, Bills, Bills", "Jumpin' Jumpin'" and "Say My Name", which became their most-successful song at the time, and would remain as one of their signature songs.On March 28, 2006, Destiny's Child accepted a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Rowland and Beyoncé founded the Survivor Foundation, a charitable entity set up to provide transitional housing for victims and storm evacuees in the Houston, Texas area.The song became one of the most successful singles of the year, topping many charts worldwide including the United States, where it became Rowland's first number-one single as a solo artist, selling worldwide over 7,6 million copies.Rowland's debut solo album, Simply Deep, was released on October 22, 2002 in the US. Feist, Big Bert, Rich Harrison, and singers Brandy and Solange Knowles providing background vocals, the album took Rowland's solo work further into an alternative music mixture, which Rowland described as a "weird fusion [of] a little bit of Sade and a little bit of rock." Simply Deep yielded the international top-ten single "Stole" and the UK top-five single "Can't Nobody".