Kelendria Trene Rowland, by her stage name Kelly Rowland, rose to fame in 1990 as part of the famous girls' band Destiny’s Child.
She started her musical career in 1997 and also released solo albums, starting with Simply Deep in 2000, during Destiny’s Child's three-year hiatus.
Her work has been sold worldwide through millions of records – more than 40 million as a solo artist and over 60 million with Destiny’s Child.
Kelly Rowland sings R&B and hip-hop, but she also released pop and soul music hits.
Down for Whatever was recorded by Rowland and released in October 2011, as part of the artist’s album named Here I Am.
The free Down for Whatever piano sheet music features the production collective The WAV.s, and it was written by Nadir Khayat, Teddy Sky, Jimmy Joker, and Bilal Hajji.
The producers of the song are RedOne, Jimmy Joker, and The WAV.s, who introduced the song as a Eurodance and Electro music genre.
Once released, the song was embraced with positive reviews and considered a catchy and "radio-friendly" song.
At that time, Down for Whatever topped the charts in the UK, peaking at number six in the UK Singles Chart and number three on the UK Dance Chart, and charted in many other countries such as Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal and so on.
Looking into the free Down for Whatever piano sheets composition, we can sense also the electro-music influences and the thumping beat inside, enchanting us for 3:55 minutes.
The composition is not simple, containing various instruments like synthesizers, guitar, drums, and vocals.
Down for Whatever has also an accompanying music video, which was directed by Sarah Chatfield.
The music video was released in 2011 and has a length of four minutes and four seconds, featuring Rowland dancing in many different ways.