Over the weekend, Kelly Clarkson organised two distinct a cappella flash mobs to play songs from her upcoming album ‘Chemistry’ in front of a small gathering of Los Angeles shoppers.
In the footage uploaded to Instagram, Clarkson can be seen singing with a group in a Blue Bottle Coffee shop and shocking the customers with a powerful rendition of her ‘Chemistry’ hit, ‘Me.’
After the performance, the Grammy winner joked with the barista and said, “I would like a vanilla latte.”
The people at the nearby stores applauded as Clarkson and the group of singers sang their most recent track, ‘Favourite Kind of High,’ outside in the courtyard. “This was so fun, y’all! [laughing emoji] I got together with a bunch of amazing singers and flash mobbed people in LA,” Clarkson wrote in the caption.
‘Chemistry’, Clarkson’s tenth studio album, will be available via Atlantic Records. “Having chemistry with someone is an incredible, and overwhelming, feeling. It’s like you have no choice in the matter,” Clarkson stated about the project in a press statement. “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.”
– Riya Sohini