Down for Whatever

Album: Here I Am (2011)
Charted: 6

Songfacts®:

  • This RedOne produced trance and dubstep-influenced track was released as the second international single from R&B singer Kelly Rowland's third album, Here I Am. Rowland explained to The Boombox that the album title shows, "I'm very happy in the place that I am. I'm coming into my own - where I am in my life as a woman and as an artist. You can hear it."
  • The song was produced by frequent Lady Gaga collaborator RedOne with help of The WAVs and Jimmy Joker. The WAVs are also listed as featured artists and the DJ/production duo previously appeared on Enrique Iglesias's single, "I Like How It Feels."

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