Kelly Clarkson Leaked Tracks

August 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Kelly Clarkson Leaked TracksKelly Clarkson Leaked Tracks, In mid-July, Kelly Clarkson returned from holiday in Tahiti to find a value of almost an album of her songs were leaked online. Naturally, she was not happy. “Oh, my God, have you ever stolen? I have. I have been physically stolen a couple of times, but this is much worse,” says Clarkson EW exclusively in her first public statements about the incident.

Clarkson says he has no idea how songs like “Let Me Down”, “dumb + dumb = U,” “Cleopatra,” “Do not be a girl about it,” ended up online. But once they did, the fans, eager for new material from the singer, quickly picked up.

Of course, the songs were well received, but there was a problem: They were old, and most of them do not understand, even for her. “There are songs out there that are eight or 10 years [since Clarkson was recording her first album, thanks.] … People always ask me to write for other artists. Songs are impressive, [but] its not just songs normally sing. ”

The singer was also worried about her fans – and its image. “These songs came out and people are like,” Oh my God, what direction is Kelly? “He says.” I think what made me mad is that: 1) People who robbed me, and 2): Everyone had no idea what my next album would sound. That really caused confusion. ”

A couple of songs filtered (Clarkson I will not say which) will make her fifth studio album, stronger, which is scheduled to release October 25. (His first single, “Mr. Know It All”, is scheduled to be released in early September.) “Here’s the best part,” which promises to fans. “Nothing that was leaked is the final version. These are all demos”.

So while she is excited about her upcoming album, admits that he still has not heard the final version of the release. “I do not even have, of course, because I’m so scared that I put in my team,” he says.

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