Kelly Clarkson hasn't released an album of all-new, non-holiday material since 2011's Stronger, but she'll have a brand-new record coming out in 2015. What will it sound like? Well, she describes it as "uplifting" and "empowering" and says that, music-wise, it's got "a little bit of everything."
At a Nashville press conference on Thursday to talk about the benefit concert she's holding on Saturday, Kelly was asked to describe the album, and at first, she decided to make a joke. "It's amazing. And you're going to love it," she cracked. "You're gonna be like, 'This is right on up there with John Lennon, Imagine. [I] guaran-damn-tee it!"
Then, she backtracked, just in case anyone thought she was serious.
"It's not Imagine. Sarcasm!" she laughed. "But we can aim!"
Then, getting serious, Kelly said of the new album, "It's an uplifting record. I've always been a person about empowerment and doing empowering songs. There's empowering songs on the record and there's a lot of positive on there."
But Kelly has switched back and forth between pop and country in the next couple of years, what can we expect as far as the genre?
"There's all kinda of genres," said the Nashville-based singer. "I'm obviously affected by the community I live in so there's a little bit of everything. It's a great record."
No word yet on a release date for Kelly's album, which will be her first regular studio album since getting married and becoming mom to daughter River Rose.
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