Kelly Rowland is putting the finishing touches on her upcoming album, which underwent a title change.

The Destiny's Child singer revealed to the Los Angeles Times that she changed the title of her new album from 'Year of the Woman' to 'Talk a Good Game.'

"Funny enough, I've listened to the album again as a whole and I've decided to change the title," she explains. "Going back into the studio and working with The-Dream and Kevin Cossom and all these incredible writers and putting everything together … I can't be more thrilled."

K.Row has recorded over 55 tracks for the collection and is meticulously selecting the right songs for the project. Her Mike Will Made It-produced song, 'Kisses Down Low,' seemed to resonate with fans and follows the sensual themes of previous tracks like 'Motivation' and 'Ice.'

In the meantime, Rowland has been tapped to host BET's annual fashion show 'Rip the Runway' with hunky actor Boris Kodjoe. The duo will tape the extravaganza on Feb. 27 in New York for a March 20 broadcast at 10 p.m. ET. Musical acts slated to perform on the show will be announced in the coming weeks.

Speaking of fashion, Rowland wowed audiences at the 2013 Grammy Awards with her revealing black gown, which boldly defied the Grammy dress code. "It's so funny. I thought about the dress code and thought about it again, and that's about it," she says about the infamous memo. "I respected [it]. See, I wore clothes."

Listen to Kelly Rowland's 'Kisses Down Low'