On October 15 Kelly Clarkson has launched a new Christmas album, “When Christmas Comes Around”, which includes a collaboration with Ariana Grande. The two measure the power of their voices on “Santa Can’t You Hear Me”, which includes zurgalai, vocalizations and pleasant harmonizations of voices. Kelly Clarkson is no stranger to sensational covers, with the artist singing a sensational version of Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence” on her show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
It was sung in the Kellyoke segment and respects the message and sound of the original song. Other covers that were heard on that show are “Drivers License” from Olivia Rodrigo, “Boom Clap” from Charli XCX, “Mad World” from Tears for Fears and “Times Like These” from Foo Fighters. Kelly Clarkson also released a single from her new Christmas album in September, one with a weird message: “Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)”. He alludes to his ex-boyfriends and the phenomenon of “cancel culture”. The 39-year-old artist also has a collaboration with Chris Stapleton on the new Christmas album. This is the 9th LP of his career and includes 12 tracks, plus 3 bonuses.
Kelly was inspired by her experiences of the last 2 years and included both carol covers and original pieces. The musician is not on her first Christmas album, also releasing “Wrapped in Red” in 2013. In 2019 she released a remake of the song “Baby, it’s Cold Outside”, with John Legend.
Ariana Grande announced in early October that she would donate $ 5 million in free therapy on World Mental Health Day. Ariana comes after a successful year, releasing the album “Positions” in 2020. He also became a juror for The Voice, collaborated with Demi Lovato and appeared on a remix of The Weeknd’s hit, “Save Your Tears”.