Legendary songwriter Diane Warren is giving R&B star Kelly Rowland a helping hand on her next album after they were introduced by their mutual pal Beyonce.
And she admits working with a true talent like Beyonce is always a pleasure Some people come in my studio and I'm like, 'Oh god,' and you've got to fix them up and it's just hard
Warren is reteaming with The Crazy In Love beauty to pen new tracks for her upcoming release, but Beyonce isn't the only former Destiny's Child member she's cooking up hits with.
She tells the Associated Press, "I'm working with Kelly Rowland because Beyonce was telling her to get together with me".
Warren reveals the songs she's written so far for Beyonce's forthcoming project will be similar to their moving ballad I Was Here, which has been chosen as the anthem for the United Nations' World Humanitarian Day initiative on Sunday.
And she admits working with a true talent like Beyonce is always a pleasure "Some people come in my studio and I'm like, 'Oh god,' and you've got to fix them up and it's just hard. Some of the people that get deals, you just can't understand. But then when you work with a Beyonce or so sadly Whitney (Houston)... it's so beautiful".