This is certainly going to be a big year in music for Destiny's Child. First, the group dropped their new song 'Nuclear,' and today (Jan. 18), Kelly Rowland unveils her latest single, 'Kisses Down Low.'

Produced by the go-to hitmaker Mike Will Made It, it's a bedroom banger that follows in the same seductive mood as Rowland's previous tune 'Ice.' On the song, the songbird thanks her lover for being attentive in the bedroom and kissing her in all the right places.

"You hold me close / Squeeze me tight / Look deep inside my eyes / Baby, you know I love it / But nothing can compare when you kiss me down there," she coos. Oh behave, K.Row.

The song with its shimmering beat and melodic synths, makes it the perfect song to bump in the clubs or in the bedroom if you're feeling a little freaky.

Rowland is currently working on her fourth album, 'Year of the Woman,' which is tentatively due in the spring. The collection features productions from Rico Love, T-Minus and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

Listen to Kelly Rowland's 'Kisses Down Low'