Kelly Clarkson Set to Release Greatest Hits Album
The singer celebrates her 10-year music career with new releases.
In the ten years since American Idol's inaugural champ Kelly Clarkson emerged on the music scene, the singer has come to define herself through music and her accomplishments.
With two Grammy Awards, four American Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, over 30 million in record sales and a newly Platinum certified album (Stronger) to her name, the singer decided it was high time to celebrate her decade of success with a new kind of release.
Clarkson plans to debut her Greatest Hits – Chapter 1 compilation on Nov. 19, featuring three never-before-heard tracks and her numerous top singles. Though a track list has yet to be revealed, Clarkson has plenty of hits to choose from, including her 2002 breakout hit “A Moment Like This," 2009's “My Life Would Suck Without You" and 2010's "Since U Been Gone," to name just a few.
Among the new tracks featured is Clarkson's next single “Catch My Breath,” which the singer says is a celebration of “the strength and longevity that my fans, friends, and family have supported me with.”
The single was written by Clarkson to represent to her fans and will be released on radio and digital outlets Oct. 16.
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