Kelly Clarkson Releases “Mr. Know It All” (Country Version)
This week, Kelly Clarkson released a country version of her hit single, “Mr. Know It All.” Clarkson worked with producer, Dann Huff, to give the song a country twist.
@kelly_clarkson: “Hey everybody, I got to work with Dann Huff and recut ‘Mr. Know It All’ for country radio! I hope y’all like it!! I had a lot of fun recutting the song and getting the opportunity to work with Dann! It will be available on iTunes April 3rd.”
The track has been getting airplay on some country radio stations for the last few weeks. On Tuesday, the song was officially released to iTunes.
Clarkson has had two previous country hits. In 2007, Reba McEntire and Clarkson recorded Clarkson’s worldwide chart-topper, “Because Of You,” as a duet. The track served as the lead single for Reba’s album, Duets, and climbed to number 2 on Billboard‘s Country Chart. In 2010, Jason Aldean asked Clarkson to be his duet partner on the song, “Don’t You Wanna Stay” for his album, My Kinda Party. The song scored the number one spot on Billboard‘s Country Chart, and was a cross-over smash. The song also won the pair two American Country Awards and two Academy of Country Music Awards including “Single of the Year.”
“Mr. Know It All” marks Clarkson’s first solo country song. Make sure to download your copy and request it at your local radio stations!
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