Real Housewife singer-songwriter Kandi Burruss and fellow former Xscape member Tameka “Tiny” Cottle collaborated on a song for Kandi’s new album, B.L.O.G.S. Kandi told Sister 2 Sister magazine:
“We have this song called Superwoman that we wrote a while back. We just revamped it a little bit. It’s talking about single moms that are doing their thing for their children.”
Kandi’s got a 6-year-old daughter, Riley, and Tiny has two sons with incarcerated rapper T.I., Clifford “King,” and Major Harris, and one daughter from a previous relationship, Zonnique Pullins. Kandi was originally supposed to be on a BET show with Tiny, which ended being called “Tiny and Toya,” but ended up with a gig on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, where she stood out as a woman of character and talent.
Kandi’s album B.L.O.G.S (acronym: B*tches Love Online Gossip), is due out November 10, 2009. Click here to hear Kandi’s single from the album, “Fly Above.”