Kelly Clarkson’s New Song Is “Almost Gone”July 29th, 2009 - 6:25 pm ICT by GD
Singing sensation Kelly Clarkson is in a warring mood these days. The singer is reportedly miffed with her record company and breaking no bones showcasing her disapproval. The duel came to light when Clarkson realized that her upcoming song “Already Gone” shared an uncanny resemblance with Beyonce’s “Halo.”
It came to light then that the producer of her record company, RCA, two timed both the singers with the backing track. The label gave it to Beyonce’s “Halo” as well as new song, with the result now that, “Already Gone” sounds to be a rip off of Beyonce’s hit.
Clarkson was vehemently trying to keep the track off the rack and not get released on the radio. However, RCA did a very unethical thing according to her and went ahead with the release unknown to Clarkson. So, now we have these two similar sounding tracks on air and the very obvious and predictable outcome of results; whose sounds the best.
Clarkson is going hoarse claiming to all that she has not ripped the track off Beyonce’s number but that she has been the victim of something so unbecoming. In an interview given to the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Company) Radio, she has accused co-writer Ryan Tedder (the guy from the band One Republic) of selling both her and Beyonce the same song with different lyrics, unknown to any of them. Tedder is the person who has penned down the lyrics of both “Halo” and “Already Gone.” Said Clarkson, “I fought and fought. In the end, they’re releasing it without my consent.” Looks like Clarkson is already distancing herself from this single.
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