Kelly Clarkson Releases 2 Tracks, Hints Secrets & Insecurity Caused Brandon Blackstock’s Divorce

Kelly Clarkson Releases 2 Tracks

Kelly Clarkson releases 2 tracks, and via them, she provides listeners with some insight into her recent divorce.

On Friday, the 40-year-old singer released two incendiary songs off her upcoming album, Chemistry. Each of the songs paints a picture of her marriage to Brandon Blackstock, whom she filed for divorce in June 2020.

Kelly Clarkson Releases 2 Tracks Of CHEMISTRY

She said prior that she was working on the record while in counseling to tackle her emotional troubles. She said the song was therapeutic and that it was recorded some time ago, maybe during her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.

Kelly recently fought with her father-in-law’s firm in a lawsuit. Narvel, Kelly’s father-in-law, and his firm sued Kelly when she filed for divorce. The Starstruck Management Organisation claimed the artist owed them $1.4 million and $5.4 million in future compensation.

However, let’s speak about the new pieces she’s been putting out.

Track 1 – Mine

Clarkson starts the song “Mine,” which she previewed earlier this month, by singing, “I can’t believe I stayed as long as I stayed,” before going on to reveal her hopes and dreams for her former partner.

She belts out the lyrics, “I hope one day someone will take your heart and hold it tight / Make you feel like you’re invincible deep inside / And right when you think that it’s perfect they cross a line / And steal your shine / Like you did mine.”

The song proceeds with Clarkson telling her ex-husband, “I don’t make you look bad / You do, darling,” before finishing with one more prediction about what is in store for him in the future, singing, “Someone’s gonna show you how a heart can be used / Like you did mine.”

Track 2 – Me

Later, in the song “Me,” which was co-written by GAYLE, Clarkson makes a veiled reference to the fears and secrets that contributed to the demise of her marriage.

She sings, “I told you I wanted you / But you needed me to need you,” and the lyrics are quite self-explanatory. “Your insecurity was the death of you and me / Too many times you questioned / What were my intentions / I never gave you reasons / You’re the one with secrets.”

Later on in the song, Clarkson sings to her former, “I bet you feel the absence of my love every night / There’s no one else / You are the reason I said goodbye / ‘Cause I don’t need somebody to scold me / Don’t need somebody that hurts me / Don’t need somebody who feels weak standing next to me.”

Kelly’s Words Regarding Her Tracks

Clarkson released a press statement justifying the simultaneous release of the two songs.

Since she didn’t want to single out a single track to symbolize a full album or partnership, the two singles “Mine” and “Me” were released simultaneously. “There are many stages of grief and loss on this album. Each song is a different stage and emotional state,” she said.

Clarkson explained the inspiration for the album’s name as follows: “Having chemistry with someone is an incredible, and overwhelming, feeling. It’s like you have no choice in the matter. You are just drawn to each other. This can be good and bad. This album takes you down every path that chemistry could lead you down.”

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