Kelly Rowland — that’s all. The Grammy-winning singer dropped the sultry, bikini clad music video for her newest single, ‘Espresso’ on April 15, and it’s a must-see! Excuse us whereas we watch this on repeat.

Dive into summer time with Kelly Rowland‘s music video for her new tune, “Espresso” The Grammy-winning singer, 39, exhibits off her match physique and rock exhausting abs within the visible, which is about in a palm-tree infested seaside location in Miami. All through the 2 and a half minute music video, Kelly rocks quite a few bikinis and complicated hairstyles whereas using a horse, rolling within the sand and dancing on rocks by the ocean.

The brand new tune is a NSFW upbeat ballad about two issues — espresso and intercourse, in response to the lyrics: “Breakfast in mattress, bought me moanin’ / Earlier than you go to work / I would like you to go to work.” However, regardless of the latter, Kelly’s important goal was celebrating girls within the new music video.

“I need to rejoice the ladies in video — each shade, each espresso colour, each curve, each essence and what they gave me,” she informed Essence, who was first to launch the music video. “My intention I set for the video was to take the sunshine in your self and your sexuality [and put it in] a God perspective, in a manner the place you don’t need to get any approval from anyone else,” she defined.

As for a way Kelly bought these rock exhausting abs? — She beforehand shared her exercise routine with MeSlop, and admitted that she loves health!

“I genuinely love understanding. I really like the best way I really feel after I’m understanding. I really like the truth that I’m taking the time to pour again into myself. Exercises for me are a time for [myself] and I get to pour again into myself and I really like that,” she informed us throughout an unique interview in 2019.

Kelly’s favourite exercises are when she’s together with her private coach Massy Arias. She additionally enjoys pilates and SoulCycle. Her ardour for health led to her 2019 exercise line with Fabletics, which she credited her “love for dance and motion” because the inspiration behind the partnership. And, it appears as if nothing has modified since! Try Kelly’s new music for “Espresso,” above.