Kelly Clarkson rose to fame through the American Idol show, she was one of the winners during the peak of its popularity. Great for her. Let’s be honest – “What Doesn’t Kill You” was alright at best, even if you are into that Britney Spears-esque stuff. Nicky Romero takes Kelly’s newest single to new heights by adding a strong bassline and a crazy drop (fast forward to approximately 1:15 on the teaser). Is it just us or does the drop sound a little like “Toulouse” meets “Haters Gonna Hate?” This is set to release on Sony, which is huge news for Nicky Romero because it is such a big label. Catch him on NYE at Space 550 in San Francisco if you are in the area!
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