R&B diva Kelly Rowland blew the roof off of West Hollywood gay clubs Ultra Suede and Factory in the wee hours of the morning today with an energetic 1:30 AM performance at the popular joint Friday night dance parties "Hype" and "Popstarz."
Rowland performed several of her post-Destiny's Child hits, including "Dilemna," "When Love Takes Over," and "Commander."
This was Rowland's second time performing at Ultra Suede and Factory, for the clubs' Friday night parties "Hype" and "Popstarz," and she took the stage after dance singer Luciana's 12:15 AM set that included the hit of last summer, "I Like That."
Rowland is one of several big name acts to have recently graced the stage at Ultra Suede and Factory, as the "hype" for the relatively new Friday night party at Ultra Suede cotinues to build.
Last week Los Angeles' AMP Radio and "Hype" promoters Paul Nichols and Woody Woodbeck co-hosted a performance by pop singer Robyn before she headed to Palm Springs to perform for promoter Jeffrey Sanker's annual circuit event, the White Party.
The boys will most certainly turn out in force again next week as just two weeks ago it was announced that hip-hop princess Nicki Minaj will perform at the venue on Friday, April 22nd.