KlarkaCo @kelly_clarkson Don't you even think about it What about some new stuff? Coming soon? x about 1 hour ago via web in reply to kelly_clarkson
kelly_clarkson @klarkaco Well we have new music. Now we're just waiting on the man behind the curtain to put things in motion. about 1 hour ago via mobile web in reply to KlarkaCo
JessieSellman @kelly_clarkson when do you think the new single will be out? about 1 hour ago via web
kelly_clarkson @jessiesellman If the man behind the curtain is in charge ....never. But if my fairy god-mother appears .....as soon as humanly possible about 1 hour ago via mobile web in reply to JessieSellman
directorSandy @kelly_clarkson Please say RCA isn't screwing you around again! PLEASE!! 32 minutes ago via web in reply to kelly_clarkson
kelly_clarkson @directorsandy Nope just taking forever 27 minutes ago via mobile web in reply to directorSandy
The second tweet is kinda bugging me, I hope Clive davis is not at it again.
Last Edit: Sept 25, 2010 15:44:57 GMT -5 by kevinkdc
The possibility that clive is the man behind the curtains is 90%, recently though I heard that Clive has been demoted so I don't know. Clive was included in every album of kelly, he didn't approved anything of my december and did every thing his way on all I ever wanted. Kelly stated she doesn't wanted to work with big producers on this record. And I possibly think that rca wants a max luter/dr luke production on the record...
I don't know..... There could be multiple reasons why its taking them so long to approve the album:
1. Maybe she still recorded a couple of songs that leaked (and Rca don't want leak songs) 2. Maybe the new sound doesn't fit with her image (is what I personally think) 3. Maybe there aren't to many radio friendly songs on it....
Don't know.... But kelly tweeted a lot that the album is amazing and stuff. And based on the leaks I can see they are really hot but they don't really suit her image. This is just speculation at this point. We just have to wait and c.
I really like pop and pop-rock. Kelly Clarkson is the best. Britney Spears is the second best. I'm also a fan of: Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez & The Scene, Miranda Cosgrove, Allison Iraheta, Adam Lambert, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, the Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, Ke$ha, The B-52s, Orianthi, Overrated Faux Feminist, Avril Lavigne, Pia Toscano, P!nk, and I can't think of anyone else.
Good news, Kelly might be working with max and luke again...
So I spent this past week in writing sessions at Downtown Music Studios. There was a writing team in from LA working on tracks for Kelly Clarkson and Rihanna. I’ve done writing sessions before, but never with somebody writing songs for someone else. Admittedly, I don’t have much exposure to the pop world, as I spent most of my life avoiding it at all costs. So it was interesting to see how this process works. This particular writing team has written some huge pop tracks over the past couple of years, including “Hot and Cold,” “Teenage Dream,” “My Life Would Suck Without You,” and “Party In the USA,” so watching them work was serious business.[/size] On the one hand, the punk rocker in me can’t help but feel like some artistic integrity is lost in the process where they brainstorm about what phrases a 19 year old girl would use, but on the other hand I can’t help but be impressed by what they do. The last night that I was working with them, they received a track from LA Reid, who said he needed lyrics and vocal melody written and recorded by the next day, so that they could have a new track to give to Rihanna. The track was very basic, mostly just some drums and bass (sort of in the same style as Drop It Like It’s Hot), so it was hard to really hear much of a song there, let alone something to be played on the radio. At first the writers struggled with coming up with a melody because the track was just so empty. A few hours later (6 AM to be exact) what was once just some drums and bass, now sounded like a potential Rihanna hit. Needless to say, I was impressed (or delerious from lack of sleep).
All in all it was a very interesting week. It’s always good to be exposed to something new, especially in this business. And if you’re going to be exposed to something new, what better way than to spend time with the people who are the best in that particular area? And as a testament to that, I still wake up with some of the lines they wrote stuck in my head.
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