Kelly Clarkson has released her new EP, Kellyoke.
Kelly Clarkson has finally created Kellyoke, a compilation of the songs she’s sung on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Instead of fans getting only short versions of their favorite covers, they can now hear the full-length studio recordings.
Clarkson has included fan-favorites on the six-track EP, such as Billie Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever.” Kellyoke also has Clarkson’s cover of Linda Ronstadt’s “Blue Bayou,” The Weeknd’s “Call Out My Name,” Whitney Houston’s “Queen of the Night,” SHAED’s “Trampoline,” and Radiohead’s “Fake Plastic Trees.” Each cover has the classic Kelly Clarkson vocals, along with the new instrumental arrangement spins she adds.
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Kelly Clarkson gained fame from winning the first season of American Idol back in 2002. She continued to wow listeners with her powerhouse vocals in her albums like Breakaway, Stronger, and Piece by Piece. In 2012, the singer released her first greatest hits album. The album had well-known songs on it like “Since U Been Gone,” “Because of You,” and “Mr. Know It All.”
Clarkson has written children’s books, participated on Michelle Obama’s collaborative track “This Is for My Girls,” and has been an incredible, important influence on pop lovers and artists alike, especially females. When she was younger, she worked to market herself to females who enjoyed pop, but didn’t relate to or want to see sexual imagery.
Recently on the talk show, Clarkson has covered “Womanizer” by Britney Spears, “RSVP” by Maren Morris, “Crash Into Me” by the Dave Matthews Band, and “Under the Bridge” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. While it’s unlikely Clarkson will release another EP with her covers anytime soon, fans can continue to enjoy the covers from Kellyoke and her show clips.