Tentatively titled 'Masquerade', Kelly Clarkson's new record will have new songs penned and produced by Max Martin, Howard Benson, Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald as well as OneRepublic's lead singer.
Pop rock singer Kelly Clarkson is reported to drop her fourth major studio album under the title of "Masquerade". She is expected to release the follow-up to her 2007 LP "My December" on March 17.
In regard of the upcoming effort, Tom Corson, RCA Records general manager stated as quoted by The Wall Street Journal that Kelly is "in a period where she wants to take on the pop world again." He then added, "She's ready, and she's got all the right support."
Kelly Clakson's next LP will reportedly get treatment from writers and producers like Max Martin, Howard Benson and Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald. The album will also have a new material penned by OneRepublic's frontman Ryan Tedder.
During an interview with Digital Spy, Ryan shared Kelly's new songs will feature "big choruses" and "heavy drum programming." He also noted that the songs are influenced by Garbage and Mozart's sounds.
Previously, Kelly Clarkson has released an official cover art for her song "My Life Would Suck Without You", the new song to be listed in her upcoming LP. She plans to drop the Max Martin and Dr. Luke-penned track on January 19.