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Sep082017

Pearl Jam/Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron shares first song from debut solo album, "Time Can't Wait"

Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesPearl Jam and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron has shared the first preview of his forthcoming debut solo album with a new track called "Time Can't Wait." The song is streaming now at RollingStone.com.

"It's a hard rock stomper, but got a little psychedelic tinge at the end," Cameron tells Rolling Stone of "Time Can't Wait." "One of my main influences has always been [Pink Floyd's] Syd Barrett and this song has a weird sort of psychedelia in there like his music."

Cameron himself provides the lead vocals for the album, which is titled Cavedweller. Given that he's drummed for bands fronted by Eddie Vedder and the late Chris Cornell, the prospect of vocally striking out on his own was a little intimidating for him.

"The vocal aspect was the toughest part for me," Cameron says. "I'm pretty limited in terms of what I can do, but it's better for me to do it all as opposed to bringing in a real singer and doing it that way even though my vocal prowess is very limited in comparison to Chris and Eddie."

Before Cornell passed in May, Cameron had a chance to play some of Cavedweller for him.

"He really liked it," Cameron reveals. "He was always very supportive of me writing music for the band and kind of going for it. That was great. And I played some of it for Eddie and he really liked it, too. That felt great."

Cavedweller will be released September 22. As for Pearl Jam, who hasn't released an album since 2013's Lightning Bolt, Cameron reports that the band is "still just kind of writing stuff right now."

"We're still in the beginning stages of everything," he says, adding that Pearl Jam currently has no touring plans for next year.

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Friday
Sep082017

Aretha Franklin chosen by "TIME" magazine as one of the "women who are changing the world"

Taylor Hill/Getty Images In 1987, Aretha Franklin became the first woman to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and thanks to that achievement, TIME magazine has chosen to profile the Queen of Soul for its FIRSTS project, which salutes 46 "women who are changing the world." Aretha is included on the list as "The Singer."

In the accompanying article, Franklin reflects on the influence her music has had, noting, "I didn't think my songs would become anthems for women. But I'm delighted. Women probably immediately feel compassion and relate to the lyrics. We can all learn a little something from each other, so whatever people can take and be inspired by where my music is concerned is great."

Regarding the contributions women have made to the music business, Aretha says they "have done well," with the exception of executive positions.

"We have not had a female executive run any major label in the U.S. or anyplace else that I know of right now," she points out.

As for what she feels her fellow females need to do to make further progress, Franklin maintains, "I don't think women need to do anything other than what they're doing right now, and that's moving forward. Moving to the forefront. Moving into the areas that men have largely held captive. We're coming."

Other notable women profiled for TIME's FIRSTS feature include Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Walters, Madeleine Albright, Ellen DeGeneres, Selena Gomez, Rita Moreno, Nancy Pelosi, Shonda Rhimes and Serena Williams.

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Friday
Sep082017

Foxy Brown is "obsessively IN LOVE" with baby daughter

Johnny Nunez/Getty ImagesIt's been 17 years since Foxy Brown's last album release, but the rapper has other things on her mind: like taking care of her baby daughter.

Foxy surprised fans on Thursday with an Instagram post of the baby, her first child. The caption reads, "My Gorgeous, Greatest, Gray Eyed BIRTHDAY GIFT! GLORY TO GOD My GREATEST Hit. Obsessively IN LOVE!!! Forever Your Hero, MOMMY."  

The 38-year-old recording artist celebrated her birthday on September 6. 

The child's name and date of birth, as well as her father's identity, are currently unknown. Foxy's working on her fourth studio album, King Soon Come, which is expected to drop next year. 

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Friday
Sep082017

Watch Linkin Park fans around the world pay tribute to Chester Bennington; Steve Aoki shares Linkin Park mash-up 

ABC/Randy HolmesLinkin Park has shared a video showing fans around the world paying tribute to the late Chester Bennington. The band posted the clip -- which is soundtracked by the title cut from Linkin Park's latest album, One More Light -- on their Twitter.

"Thank you to our fans from around the world for your outpouring of love and support," the band writes.

Meanwhile, former Linkin Park collaborator Steve Aoki has also shared a tribute to Bennington with a new mash-up remix titled "Darker than the Light that Never Bleeds."  It combines the two songs they previously worked on together: "Darker than Blood" and "The Light that Never Goes Out."

"Chester Bennington was my favorite singer of all time," the superstar DJ says. "I feel so incredibly honored to not only have worked with him on these two songs but am so deeply touched to have gotten to know him as a friend. I'm still shattered by this tragic loss."

"Darker than the Light that Never Bleeds" is available now on digital platforms. Proceeds from the track will be donated to Linkin Park's charity, Music for Relief.

Bennington died by suicide on July 20. He was 41.

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Friday
Sep082017

Radiohead "appalled" by decision to stay charges in stage collapse case

Credit: Alex LakeRadiohead has shared a statement saying they are "appalled" by an Ontario, Canada judge's decision to stay charges related to a fatal stage collapse during the band's concert back in 2012.

Earlier this week, Judge Ann Nelson ruled that the case was taking too long and violated the rights of those charged -- which included promoter Live Nation, engineer Domenic Cugliari and contractor Optex Staging -- to a timely hearing. The original proceeding ended in a mistrial earlier this year.

The collapse occurred June 12, 2012 just before Radiohead was set to perform on an outdoor stage in Toronto's Downsview Park. Radiohead drum tech Scott Johnson was killed and three others were injured.

"This is an insult to the memory of Scott Johnson, his parents and our crew," Radiohead's statement reads. "It offers no consolation, closure or assurance that this kind of accident will not happen again."

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Friday
Sep082017

Jordin Sparks says "American Idol" experience will help her judge Sunday's Miss America competition 

Earl Gibson III/WireImageShe was crowed American Idol champion in 2007, and this weekend, Jordin Sparks will help crown another champion: Miss America.  Jordin is a celebrity judge at this year's Miss America Competition, and says her experience on Idol will come in handy.

"Having done American Idol and been in front of that and [under] pressure like that and had people judging me, and giving me critiques -- I think I can bring a lot to the judge's table, actually," she tells ABC Radio.

While Jordin's happy judging, being a pageant contestant isn't her thing.

"I did compete in one when I was younger, and I didn't like it," she laughs. "...[But] I just always thought how beautiful the women were -- how poised, how classy they all were. I do love that part of it."

Jordin admits she's trying not to favor the woman representing her home state.

"I'm an Arizona girl through and through," she laughs. "So whenever somebody represents AZ, I'm trying to root for them. I am rooting for all the girls though, so, we'll see how it goes!"

Jordin recently traveled to Florida to promote ABC's reboot of American Idol.  She saw Lionel Richie perform this summer and likes the idea of him joining the show as a judge -- as has been rumored. 

"He was so good!" she says. "Seeing how he was...able to just command the stage still, after all these years...he writes, he produces, he sings, he plays instruments...I think a person like that would be amazing [on Idol]."  

This year's Miss America judges also include country star Thomas Rhett, Maria Menounos, Molly Sims, and People editor-in-chief Jess Cagle.  The show, hosted by The Bachelor's Chris Harrison and ESPN's Sage Steele, will air live on ABC Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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Friday
Sep082017

Ringo Starr & U2 among the many celebs appearing on all-network education-themed TV special tonight

XQ Institute and the Entertainment Industry FoundationWith school back in session, dozens of big stars -- including Ringo Starr and U2 -- are set to take over your TV tonight to encourage you to think about the future of education in America.

A star-studded special called EIF Presents: XQ Super Schools Live will air live from Los Angeles at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC. The telecast is designed to "invite the public to help rethink the future of American high schools."

The hour-long program will include performances from a variety of artists, and will culminate with a musical finale featuring Starr, U2, E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg, Sheila E., Jennifer Hudson, Sheryl Crow, Yo-Yo Ma and many others.

The special is being presented by the Entertainment Industry Foundation and XQ Institute, which in 2015 launched the "Super School Project" to collect ideas on how to redesign American high schools for 21st century learning. Since then, more than 10,000 students, teachers, parents and community leaders around the country have proposed ideas, and the program will show the progress that this project has made in the last two years.

Other celebrities participating in the show include Tom Hanks, Samuel L. Jackson, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek, Bill Hader, Rami Malek, Christian Slater, James Corden, Allison Janney, Lin-Manuel Miranda, J.J. Abrams, Cindy Crawford, Norman Lear and many, many more. Visit XQSuperSchool.org for more information.

Friday
Sep082017

Country star trivia

Comstock/Thinkstock Thirty-six years ago on September 9, 1981, Country-Music-Hall-of-Famers Alabama recorded the title track for their quintuple-platinum third album. Can you name the song that was also a #1 hit in 1982? ANSWER:  "Mountain Music."

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Friday
Sep082017

Three shows, one day, two daughters and Miss America, too: Thomas Rhett can handle the "Life Changes" 

Valory Music Co. Thomas Rhett kicks off a whirlwind weekend Friday, as he launches Life Changes with three performances in three cities.

“We're calling it Live from the B Stage…” he explains. “On the Home Team Tour, we have this alternate stage out in the crowd that we go do 20 or 30 minutes of songs that we haven't played in forever, whether it's songs off the first record or new songs or songs that I've written for other people… that's always my favorite moment of the set, so we kinda wanted to relive that in three different cities that I felt like kind of gave me my first chance as an artist.”

TR will start the day in Boston, before heading to Philadelphia and Chicago.

“One of my biggest shows I ever played, before I even had any hits, was in Boston...” Thomas recalls. “And then going to Chicago, Joe's Bar was the first bar to ever really give me a chance to come play acoustic, for basically ten people. You know, getting to play in Philadelphia early on really boosted my career.”

You can watch the Windy City show Friday at 8 p.m. ET on TR’s Facebook page.

On Sunday, Thomas Rhett slips into a judge's seat at the Miss America contest.  

“That's gonna be interesting...” he smiles, admitting he’s not quite sure what his responsibilities will entail. “I think Cole Swindell did it last year, and then Brett Eldredge has done it before, so [I’m] following in good footsteps… I don't know how much judging is actually involved, but I get to read some questions and get to evaluate the answers.”

You can bet wife Lauren and daughters Willa and Ada will be watching, as the 2018 Miss America Competition starts sunday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Friday
Sep082017

Rihanna tells "Elle" that she'd like to go back in time to "ten minutes before I lost my virginity"

SØLVE SUNDSBØFor Rihanna's sixth Elle cover, several famous friends and fans, such as magician David CopperfieldEminem and Pharrell Williams, were invited to ask the superstar some hard-hitting questions, like Copperfield's, "I can make you disappear and reappear anywhere in the world. Where do you want to go, and why?" "Ten minutes before I lost my virginity," she bluntly replies, adding, "and I'm holding you to that offer." 

RiRi was also thrown some questions about beauty, such as "When did you first wear lipstick?" to which she answers, "Lipstick always got me in trouble. Not lipstick is like my 'il secret weapon!" and "What is the craziest thing you've ever done/tried for beauty? Would you do it again?" 

To that question she answers,"A corset! I'd do it again, though. I'd wear it every day if I could make it out alive!" 

You can read more revelations by Rihanna in Elle's October issue, with three different RiRi covers on offer, arriving on newsstands September 19.  

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Friday
Sep082017

Jared Leto used opaque contact lenses to simulate blindness for "Blade Runner 2049" role

ABC/Randy HolmesAs an actor, Jared Leto is known for his character commitment, and his approach to his role in the upcoming Blade Runner 2049 was no different. It turns out that the Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman wore customized, opaque contact lenses throughout the film's entire shoot to simulate the character's blindness.

"[Leto] entered the room, and he could not see at all," director Denis Villeneuve tells The Wall Street Journal. “He was walking with an assistant, very slowly. It was like seeing Jesus walking into a temple. Everybody became super silent, and there was a kind of sacred moment. Everyone was in awe. It was so beautiful and powerful -- I was moved to tears. And that was just a camera test!"

In conceiving Leto's character, Villeneuve says that he was inspired by another musician: the late David Bowie.

"I needed a very charismatic, magnetic presence, someone with the aura of a rock star," Villeneuve explains. "But I also needed a great actor, because the lines he had to say were quite Shakespearean."

As for Leto's own music, Thirty Seconds to Mars recently released their new single "Walk on Water," the first preview of their forthcoming fifth studio album.

"I'd say we're 80 per cent done," Leto says of the album. "But I've been saying that for two years."

Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic Blade Runner, will hit theaters October 6.

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Friday
Sep082017

Janet Jackson to meet with victims, donate Saturday night's Houston concert proceeds to Hurricane Harvey relief 

PRNewsfoto/Live Nation EntertainmentJanet Jackson just promised something special for Hurricane Harvey victims when she arrived in Houston on Friday for a weekend concert. Now, she's keeping her word.

Janet, her brother Randy Jackson, her band, and her dancers will be at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston today at 2 p.m. to meet with victims who've been evacuated from their homes and taken refuge there. She'll also meet with evacuees who are being housed at the city's NRG stadium.

Janet's first concert in the area will take place Saturday night at the Toyota Center in downtown Houston, and she plans to donate all proceeds from the show to local flood relief charities.

Houston is the second stop on Janet's State of the World Tour, which kicked off Thursday night in Louisiana.  The setlist included plenty of new material, as well as number of medleys -- rather than full versions -- of the star's long string of hits, including "Miss You Much," "Control," "What Have You Done for Me Lately," "Alright," "All for You" and "When I Think of You."

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Friday
Sep082017

U2 debuts "You're the Best Thing About Me" on "The Tonight Show"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCU2 paid a visit to The Tonight Show on Thursday to talk about their highly anticipated album, Songs of Experience, and performed the television debut of the first single, "You're the Best Thing about Me" and the band’s Bono and The Edge also chatted about a number of things with host Jimmy Fallon.

Bono wrote the "punk-Motown" song as a way of telling his wife how much she means to him, something the Irish singer feels is especially important in light of current events. 

"In these difficult times it's important to tell your loved ones how you feel," he explains.

Adds The Edge, "I think maybe even more important than ever in these times it's important to have that joy, because that's the best response."

The guys also got serious about some issues that concern them, like President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, putting the fate of millions of young immigrants brought into the U.S. illegally by their parents -- called "Dreamers" -- in jeopardy.

"This country was built for and by 'Dreamers,'" noted Bono. "If there's no room for 'Dreamers,' then where are we in America?"

The Edge also announced that his Music Rising charity, initiated as a way of helping people in New Orleans put their lives back together in the wake of Hurricane Katrina by donating musical instruments, is now trying to do the same for Houston residents affected by Hurricane Irma.

"We replaced a lot of instruments, got a lot of musicians back to work, a lot of schools and churches back to providing music and now we’re doing the same for Houston," he told Fallon.

In addition to their new single, U2 performed 1987’s “Bullet the Blue Sky” from their Joshua Tree album.

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Friday
Sep082017

Sam Smith is "way too good at goodbyes" on new single

ABC/Image Group LASam Smith is back.  Sam's new single, "Too Good at Goodbyes," hit all the major digital music platforms at midnight Thursday.

The song is a  signature, soulful heartbreak ballad.  "I'm never gonna let you close to me, even though you mean the most to me, 'cause every time I open up it hurts," Sam sings, "I'm way too good at goodbyes."

Stripped down verses give way to a chorus with choral backing and '70s-style soul strings.

"Too Good at Goodbyes" is the lead track from Sam's much-anticipated sophomore album, the follow-up to his 2014 Grammy-winning disc In the Lonely Hour.

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Friday
Sep082017

ZZ Top to donate proceeds from sales of live version of "La Grange" to Hurricane Harvey relief

Suretone Records ZZ Top, which formed in Houston in 1969, is hoping fans will help its efforts to aid its hometown recover from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. 

Beginning Friday, proceeds from the sale on iTunes of an extended live version of the band's 1973 classic "La Grange" will go to the Salvation Army to help area residents rebuild their lives.

The version of "La Grange" is the lead track from the band's 2016 album Live! Greatest Hits from Around the World.

Carl Stubner, Suretone Records co-chairman, said in a statement, “Billy [Gibbons], Dusty [Hill] and Frank [Beard] wanted to do something meaningful since the Houston area and its people have, over the years, been so supportive.  The band thought that transforming this brilliant version of 'La Grange' into a fund raising vehicle would be most appropriate and we think it’s a terrific idea."

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Friday
Sep082017

Pearl Jam, Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron shares first song from debut solo album, "Time Can't Wait"

Paul R. Giunta/Getty ImagesPearl Jam and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron has shared the first preview of his forthcoming debut solo album with a new track called "Time Can't Wait." The song is streaming now via RollingStone.com.

"It's a hard rock stomper, but got a little psychedelic tinge at the end," Cameron tells Rolling Stone of "Time Can't Wait." "One of my main influences has always been [Pink Floyd's] Syd Barrett and this song has a weird sort of psychedelia in there like his music."

Cameron himself provides the lead vocals for the album, which is titled Cavedweller. Given that he's drummed for bands fronted by Eddie Vedder and the late Chris Cornell, the prospect of vocally striking out on his own was a little intimidating for Cameron.

"The vocal aspect was the toughest part for me," he says. "I'm pretty limited in terms of what I can do, but it's better for me to do it all as opposed to bringing in a real singer and doing it that way even though my vocal prowess is very limited in comparison to Chris and Eddie."

Before Cornell passed in May, Cameron had a chance to play some of Cavedweller for him.

"He really liked it," Cameron says of Cornell. "He was always very supportive of me writing music for the band and kind of going for it. That was great. And I played some of it for Eddie and he really liked it, too. That felt great."

Cavedweller will be released September 22. As for Pearl Jam, who hasn't released an album since 2013's Lightning Bolt, Cameron says that the band is "still just kind of writing stuff right now."

"We're still in the beginning stages of everything," he says, adding that Pearl Jam currently has no touring plans for next year.

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Friday
Sep082017

A more confident Dustin Lynch supplies music to get your groove on, with "Current Mood"

BBR Music Group It’s safe to say Dustin Lynch’s Current Mood is a pretty darn good one. As his third album comes out Friday, its second single, “Small Town Boy,” is #1 on the Billboard country chart.

If you notice Dustin seeming a little cockier on Current Mood, he says his buddies on the road are to thank.

“I've become a whole lot more confident in who I am as an artist over the past few years,” he tells ABC Radio, “being on the road with Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line and now Brad Paisley -- more confident as a performer, but also more confident in what I want to say and who I want to be onstage.”

“With that confidence, I think comes the songwriting you're seeing and the songs we recorded,” he explains. “It's all geared toward the live show and wanting to have that connection with the crowd and wanting to get [them] up and dancing and moving and feeling each other.”

Dustin even says Current Mood is sexier and bolder, because his outlook has expanded since his second record.

“I guess that's been the last three years of my life,” he reflects. “It's been a little bit edgy, and I've traveled so much. I've met so many people, been on so many adventures and that all kind of comes out, not only lyrically, but sonically on this album.”

Current Mood already boasts two number ones:  the lead single “Seein’ Red” and his latest chart-topper. So which song will he release next?  

“It's not decided. 'Small Town Boy,' it actually moved so quick on us, it kinda caught us off guard… I know this,” he adds proudly, “there's not a wrong answer, so it's just kinda pulling the trigger on which one now.” 

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Friday
Sep082017

"Blood" Brother: Allman Brothers frontman Gregg Allman's final solo album, "Southern Blood," arrives today

Rounder RecordsThe late Gregg Allman's final studio album, Southern Blood, gets its release today, September 8. The founding Allman Brothers Band frontman, who died from liver cancer in May at age 69, recorded the project with his solo backing band at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

The Southern Blood track list includes songs by some of Allman's musical friends, past collaborators and heroes, including Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia, Little Feat's Lowell George, Willie Dixon and Jackson Browne, the latter of whom contributes to a version of one of his own tunes, "Song for Adam." Allman co-wrote the album's opening track, "My Only True Friend," with Scott Sharrard, lead guitarist of Gregg's solo backing band.

Southern Blood will be available in various configurations, including a standard CD, a deluxe CD with two extra tracks and a DVD and a limited-edition colored-vinyl LP. You can watch an exclusive scene from at the making-of documentary featured on the DVD at Allman's official YouTube channel. The clip includes an interview with producer Don Was and footage of Gregg working on the record in the studio.

As previously reported, in celebration of Southern Blood's release, a series of events called "The Midnight Rider's Rally" will be held at select Harley-Davidson franchises around North America today. The rallies will feature playbacks of the album, local musicians performing Allman's songs, and CD, LP and DVD giveaways.

Then, on Saturday, an album-release celebration will take place at The Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House in Gregg's hometown of Macon, Georgia. During the sold-out bash, Allman will be presented posthumously with the key to the city, and Macon's mayor will issue a proclamation declaring that December 8, Gregg's birthday, will be celebrated annually as "Gregg Allman Day."

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Friday
Sep082017

Nashville notes 

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock ASCAP will honor Rodney Crowell with its Founders Award on Monday, November 6 at the 55th annual ASCAP Country Music Awards at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

Garth Brooks will play Lincoln, Nebraska for the first time in more than two decades on Saturday, October 21. Tickets for his World Tour stop at Pinnacle Bank Arena go on sale on Friday, September 15.

Kelsea Ballerini and Maren Morris will introduce Hunter Hayes Friday night as he performs on the education-themed special EIF Presents:  XQ Super School Live. The hour-long program stars at 8 p.m. ET and will be simulcast on the four major networks. Kelly Clarkson will sing on the show as well.

A new song from Jennifer Nettles is headed your way on Friday. The female half of Sugarland shared a short clip of “King of the City” on social media Thursday.

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Friday
Sep082017

Kelly Clarkson jokes that anyone who doesn't like her new album "obviously" has "no good taste at all" 

Vincent PetersKelly Clarkson is thrilled about her new album, The Meaning of Life, which is due in October.  In fact, she thinks she did such a good job that if you're not into it, you must have horrible taste.

In a video interview with Entertainment Weekly, Kelly says of the album, "It's so good that like even if someone doesn't like it, I'm like, 'Well, obviously, you suck, and have no good taste at all.'"

She laughs, "Usually I'm like, 'Oh, OK, cool, it's not your thing,' but this is really good. Like, I'm really excited. I've never been more proud."

Kelly's so proud because she says this album is "a record I've been dying to make since I was a kid," describing it as "a modern take on '90s urban R&B/pop."

"In the last 10 years, I feel like we've lost a bit of that in music," she explains. "And it's what I fell in love with with music and it's why I'm a singer."  She also says the record is a mixture of "all the people that really inspired me vocally."

The Grammy-winning American Idol champ is also happy about her first project for Atlantic Records because much to her surprise, it came out exactly how she wanted it to.  With some of her previous records, she butted heads with producers over artistic control.

"You know, there's always a lot of cooks in the kitchen and everybody wants to be successful, and so a lot of times...art gets sacrificed or feelings get sacrificed or desires get sacrificed," she tells Entertainment Weekly.  

Kelly can't believe that this time, she says, "Everything is exactly what I envisioned, and have been envisioning since I was, like, in the sixth grade!"

The Meaning of Life is due October 27.

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