Medicine

Album: Meaning of Life (2017)
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  • Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Kelly Clarkson described this contemplative tell-off to a past lover as a '90s-influenced number similar to Mariah Carey's "Emotions."

    "I wanted to make something like the albums that I was inspired by when I was in junior high," she explained. "If En Vogue or Whitney or Mariah were going to make an urban pop [album] now, what would that sound like?"
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