The 'All I Ever Wanted' singer doesn't fret over the song leaks, saying 'there's nothing I can do so I hope y'all like the music.'
Unlike many other artists who threw rants when their music was released without their consents, Kelly Clarkson refused to get herself all riled up about the issue. "Well .....I get back in the states from a vacation and somehow like 50 of my songs are leaked on the Internet?! No point in getting angry because there's nothing I can do so I hope y'all like the music," she stated on her WhoSay page.
Kelly found out about the leak after returning from a holiday in Tahiti. Instead of wailing over the leaks, the season 1 winner of "American Idol" saves her energy in getting ready for the official release of her new song from fifth upcoming studio album. "I can't wait for everybody to hear my actual finished 5th album!" she gushed.
The 29-year-old singer didn't detail the project, but talked about her vacation. "Tahiti is one of the greatest places I've ever been. It's so beautiful! I had an amazing vacation and and got to hang with some awesome people! There's nothing better than dancing, laughing, having a couple drinks, then more dancing, games, and then more laughing," she shared to her fans.
Kelly is going to release the album across the United States in September. Some of the songs which have been embraced by music fans included "Let Me Down", "What Doesn't Kill You", "Forgive You" and "Dumb + Dumb = U". It's unclear whether or not they will be included in the album, but rumor suggested "Let Me Down" will likely be the one which makes the cut because the angst-filled track has been played in some radios across the country.