It's not exactly like that Superbowl set, but it's definitely something! Kelly Rowland staged another Destiny's Child reunion with Beyonce and Michelle Williams on "You've Changed," a just-released new track on her forthcoming third solo album, Talk a Good Game.

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Both Beyonce, 31, and Williams, 32, harmonize with Rowland, 32, on the mid-tempo R&B ballad, with each taking turns for solos. The massive singing trio memorably reunited during Beyonce's Superbowl half time show back in February with a quick medley of their greatest hits -- and also recorded the track "Nuclear" for a recent compilation album, Love Songs.

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The Destiny's Child years and the aftermath -- they disbanded in 2006 -- have certainly been on Rowland's mind of late. In her song, "Dirty Laundry," Rowland was shockingly frank about her envy for Beyonce's overwhelming solo success. During May 26 concert in Washington, D.C., Rowland even broke down in tears performing the angry song, in which she sings the line, "Turnin' me against my sister."

"Doing this song for me was so therapeutic," she had explained to the crowd. "Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy."

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Listen to "You've Changed" now!

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