The 'American Idol' alum teams up with country star Vince Gill for this new sensuous duet off her 'Greatest Hits' album.
First season winner of "American Idol", Kelly Clarkson, premiered new track "Don't Rush" from her soon-to-be-released "Greatest Hits - Chapter 1" album. This time, she is not alone in delivering the new single and gets some extra country vibe from singer Vince Gill.
"Don't Rush", which is the second song taken from the Greatest Hits record, starts off with a breezy soft-rock tune that immediately relaxes audience's senses. Clarkson's controlled vocals bring listeners' imagination into a world of leisurely walks through romantic coves or a late afternoon drive with a beautiful country scenery and golden sunset.
As the multiple Country Music Award nominee smoothly croons her way through the song and sends this message that she is taking time in love, Vince Gill's cool familiar vocals step in, completing the twangy production. Clarkson is not a stranger in doing duets as this track comes as an addition to a previous collaboration with country chart topper, Jason Aldean, in "Don't You Wanna Stay?".
The "Greatest Hits - Chapter 1" is set to hit the market on November 19, and comes 10 years after Clarkson won the inaugural season of "American Idol".
"It's been a decade now since I won 'American Idol.' Sometimes it feels longer because, although it has been exciting, that was a lot of pressure to have as a 19-year-old girl. To own a company, lead an organization as a business woman, and be able to create music I'm proud of has been tough but inspiring for me," the singer gushed. "Thank you everyone that has been a part of my career and life. Here's to another decade of passion and fun!" she added.