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Kelly Rowland reacts to being mentioned in Beyoncé's new song with Madonna

Beyoncé's new album, Renaissance, which came a whopping six years after her last solo album, Lemonade, was full of surprises and instantly viral lyrics.MORE: Kelly Rowland stops fans in their tracks with a special gown ahead of an exciting night outOne fellow singer especially surprised by the album is the singer's very own Destiny's Child bandmate, Kelly Rowland, who is mentioned in none other than the Break My Soul remix, which features the one and only Madonna.Upon listening to the song, the star took to Instagram to thank her longtime friend for the shout-out.WATCH: Kelly wows in sleek top and jeansMORE: Kelly Rowland's children have the most adorable bond – see photoThe part of the song where the mom-of-two is mentioned is an ode to several iconic singers, including Nina Simone, Grace Jones, Aretha Franklin, Lauryn Hill, and Beyoncé's sister, Solange Knowles.To the beat of Madonna's iconic hit, Vogue, the songstress sings: "Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl' (You know you can do it)."Kelly posted a clip of the remix on Instagram, and even gave a glimpse to the former bandmates' ongoing friendship when she implied that Beyoncé had gone to her to play some of the tracks that she would eventually release.A post shared by Kelly Rowland (@kellyrowland)The sweet moment between the two former bandmatesShe wrote: "Now, you know you didn't play me this!!" and then added: "It's so damn fire!!"MORE: Kelly Rowland shares special baby bump photos: 'I'm so grateful'MORE: Kelly Rowland reveals major milestone for latest project in candid new videoThanking the fellow singer, she endearingly said: "Ahem——thx for the shout out sis-Boo!! Love you back!!" Then she added: "YOU ALREADY KNOW!!" and fans loved to see that their friendship is still
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