What a (wo)man.
At the most recent version of her Kellyoke section on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly Clarkson adopted her inner girl group member to pay”Whatta Man” by Salt-N-Pepa comprising En Vogue.
The tune, that will be a reinterpretation of this 1968 Linda Lyndell number”What a Man,” was first published in September 1993 included in En Vogue’s EP Runaway Love and later as part of Salt-N-Pepa’s fourth studio album, Very Needed . It was a significant hit for the hip-hop group and En Vogue, peaking at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
For Clarkson’s take, which you can view above, she included copy singers and infused her signature powerhouse vocals to the tune, for example, rap sections.
The performance joins recent Kellyoke covers including Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars'”Uptown Funk,” Whitney Houston’s”I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” Picture Dragons'”Believer,” and much more.
The Kelly Clarkson Show airs weekdays; check the regional listings for showtimes in your area.
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