WATCH: Kelly Rowland drops a Pride-infused reworking of ‘Finally’ by Ce Ce Peniston

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Pride Month may be over but singer Kelly Rowland wants to remind you “Pride is EVERYDAY”. The former Destiny’s Child singer surprised and delighted fans everywhere yesterday by revealing her latest track – in collaboration with Amorphous – is a new track that heavily borrows from the 1991 Ce Ce Peniston classic, ‘Finally’.

(Sidenote: Yes, that song came out 30 years ago.)

Rowland posted a clip of herself singing along to the track, ‘Finally (Cannot Hide It)’ to her Instagram, waving a rainbow flag and goofing around with an inflatable rainbow. The track features a sample of the Ce Ce Peniston original.


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The track has been recorded with Amorphous, with additional production work by MNEK. The latter also contributed an additional verse.

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Amorphous is the musical moniker for 23-year-old Jimir Reece Davis. The Philadelphia-native who’s now based in Los Angeles made a name for himself with his musical mashups. He’s set to release his debut EP, Things Take Shape, which includes this track, next week. ‘Finally (Cannot Hide It)’ is credited to Amorphous (feat. Kelly Rowland and Ce Ce Peniston).

Check out the full version below.

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