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"Rose Colored Glasses" is a song by American recording artist Kelly Rowland, recorded for her third studio album, Here I Am (2011). It was written by Ester Dean and Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, with lyrics reflecting the different perspectives on relationships and how one can perceive a relationship different from the outside. It opens with an electro-crescendo followed with vocals by Rowland while Emily Wright produced Rowland's vocals; the production is based upon layered synths and drums, programmed by Dr. Luke. Dean helped Rowland to record the song, which Rowland said made her cry as it reminded her of her own experiences in past relationships. "Rose Colored Glasses" also had an effect on Rowland's vocals, causing them to swell. The song was serviced to rhythmic and contemporary hit ra

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  • "Rose Colored Glasses" is a song by American recording artist Kelly Rowland, recorded for her third studio album, Here I Am (2011). It was written by Ester Dean and Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, with lyrics reflecting the different perspectives on relationships and how one can perceive a relationship different from the outside. It opens with an electro-crescendo followed with vocals by Rowland while Emily Wright produced Rowland's vocals; the production is based upon layered synths and drums, programmed by Dr. Luke. Dean helped Rowland to record the song, which Rowland said made her cry as it reminded her of her own experiences in past relationships. "Rose Colored Glasses" also had an effect on Rowland's vocals, causing them to swell. The song was serviced to rhythmic and contemporary hit radio on June 29, 2010. Critics praised "Rose Colored Glasses" as one of Rowland's strongest vocal and emotional performances to date. The arrangement and delivery were praised as being classy, while the critics felt that the overall emotion of the song gave Rowland the best chance of achieving US chart success. "Rose Colored Glasses" was released on June 28, 2010 across some parts of Europe, and a day later in the United States and Canada, where it was intended to be one of the album's two lead singles. An accompanying 3-D concept music video, directed by John "Rankin" Wadell was released, featuring atmospheric visuals and mood-lit scenes including streamers, doves, and rose petals. Reception for the video was positive, praising its simplicity and noting the stunning visuals and variety of outfits worn by Rowland. The single had limited chart success, entering the top-forty radio airplay charts in Slovakia and the United States, but failed to appear on the US Billboard Hot 100. It is excluded from the US track listing for Here I Am.
  • "Rose Colored Glasses" é uma canção gravada pela cantora e compositora norte-americana Kelly Rowland para o seu terceiro álbum de estúdio a solo, intitulado Here I Am (2011). Foi composta pela cantora Ester Dean e por Dr. Luke, que também ficou encarregue da produção e arranjos. As letras reflectem as diferentes perspectivas das relações amorosas, e como pode perceber-se uma relação vendo-a do lado de fora. A música abre com um electro-crescendo que acompanha os vocais de Rowland, e a sua produção é baseada em sintetizadores e baterias. Dean ajudou Rowland a gravar a canção, que Rowland afirmou tê-la feito chorar, pois lembrou-se da sua experiência em relacionamentos passados. "Rose Colored Glasses" também teve um efeito na voz de Kelly, fazendo com que ela inchasse. A canção estreou nas estações de rádio rhythmic contemporary e contemporary hit radio a 29 de Junho de 2010. A canção foi geralmente bem recebida pela crítica especialista em música contemporânea, que considerou-a como uma das mais fortes demostrações vocais e emocionais de Rowland até ao momento do seu lançamento e elogiou os seus arranjos "de classe". Contudo, alguns críticos acharam que a emoção geral da canção deu à artista a melhor chance de alcançar sucesso nas tabelas musicais dos EUA. "Rose Colored Glasses" foi lançada a 28 de Junho de 2010 em algumas partes da Europa, e um dia depois na América do Norte, onde pretendia-se ser um dos dois primeiros singles do álbum. Um vídeo musical acompanhante, que usa o conceito de 3D, foi produzido e lançado. Dirigido por John "Rankin" Wadell, usa recursos visuais atmosféricos e cenas mood-lit incluindo flâmulas, pombas e pétalas de rosas. A recepção para o vídeo foi positiva, com várias opiniões elogiando a sua simplicidade e observando o visual deslumbrante e a variedade das roupas usadas pela cantora. O single teve sucesso limitado, entrando nas quarenta melhores posições nas tabelas de rádio airplay na Eslováquia e EUA.
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  • "Rose Colored Glasses" is a song by American recording artist Kelly Rowland, recorded for her third studio album, Here I Am (2011). It was written by Ester Dean and Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, with lyrics reflecting the different perspectives on relationships and how one can perceive a relationship different from the outside. It opens with an electro-crescendo followed with vocals by Rowland while Emily Wright produced Rowland's vocals; the production is based upon layered synths and drums, programmed by Dr. Luke. Dean helped Rowland to record the song, which Rowland said made her cry as it reminded her of her own experiences in past relationships. "Rose Colored Glasses" also had an effect on Rowland's vocals, causing them to swell. The song was serviced to rhythmic and contemporary hit ra
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