Though Beyonce's '4' hit shelves last month, receiving a massive push, Kelly Rowland continues to make a case for herself as 2011's breakout R&B star, with her new song 'Feelin' Me Right Now.'

Having recently been dubbed "the most underrated female soloist in the game" by 50 Cent, the former Destiny's Child singer appears to finally be coming into her own stateside -- she's always been an international favorite -- with this Rico Love-produced club-love ode. a follow-up to the success of her smash single 'Motivation,' which still sits atop Billboard's R&B charts.

Rowland is at her unapologetic-best over the piano-powered track, switching up the typical "I swear I fell in love in the club tonight" song -- though that is an actual line -- by singing what every single lady in the VIP wants to hear, from the male perspective. "You're the only one I see, it's like no one's in the VIP but you and me," she croons, before turning it on with "Back, back, back it up, give me what I got my eye on/ Don't give me your number it's already in my iPhone."

"I'm so happy Kelly got that hit record. She's due; she's so due. She's the most underrated female soloist in the game, and it's finally time for her," 50 Cent said of Rowland's recent solo success. "This year is her year."

Rowland's third solo album 'Here I Am,' is in stores Tuesday (July 26).

Listen to Kelly Rowland's 'Feelin' Me Right Now'



Watch Kelly Rowland's 'Motivation' feat. Lil Wayne