kelly rowland laundromat

Kelly Rowland likes her kisses down low, her ice served cold and her laundry washed, folded and lightly scented with a spritz of Sean John’s Empress and a hint of Apple Pie A La Mode.

But don’t get it twisted: Her love is not coin-operated. So grab your detergent and fabric softener, Rowland Stones: Kelendria is taking us to the laundromat! (Note: Not to be confused with Shakira‘s Laundry Service, nor Nivea‘s R. Kelly-produced non-smash, “Laundromat.”)

After leaving us all with a lifetime’s worth of chiropractor appointments on her back-arching ode to cunnilingus, “Kisses Down Low” (if you weren’t already aware, it’s now available on iTunes), the sensual songstress is back with a brand new track on May 21 called “Dirty Laundry,” produced by The-Dream. The song is the latest cut off of Kelendria’s upcoming fourth studio album, Talk A Good Game. (Speaking of, have you seen the album cover yet?)

Clearly K. Row’s taking a cue from Beyoncé‘s tease-’em-and-leave-’em 2013 campaign strategy, because she just served up the tease-iest of teases for her upcoming smooth jam, filling out the laundromat with a sexy, early ’90’s R&B-tinged piano groove and a solid drum thump.

It ain’t much to work with just yet, but “Dirty Laundry” already sounds like the perfect motivation for a long night of babymaking—and hand-washing your delicates.

UPDATE: Miss Kelly’s just given us a new lyric—she’s going in for the deep stains on this one: “Now I’m single with my singles, I’m ok. But my singles not saying what I really want to say.”

“Dirty Laundry” will be released on May 21. (iTunes)