Kelly Clarkson took the stage on Long Island, NY, on March 7 and sang an unexpected remix that has all the potential to be a chart-topper. Clarkson, who told the crowd she loves many different genres of music, decided to perform a mashup of Cardi B's "Be Careful," Lauryn Hill's "Ex Factor," and Post Malone's "Better Now." And you better believe she made the medley sound totally seamless and beautiful.
"This idea came to me the other night because I'm a big, huge fan of all three of the artists that we're about to cover," she said to the audience attending her Meaning of Life tour. "I did this mashup because I always find myself singing along to their songs." She also praised each artist individually, commending Cardi B's empowering "Money" music video, Post Malone's catchy tunes, and Lauryn Hill's 1998 classic album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. "It changed all of us in every way," she said of Hill's Grammy-winning LP.
Clarkson's show was a part of her "A Minute and a Glass of Wine" segment, in which she drinks wine and covers popular songs. She previously blew everyone away with her rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born hit "Shallow," as well as a slowed-down version of Robyn's "Dancing on My Own." And we can't wait to see what else she has in store. Skip to the 7:28 mark in the video above to hear Clarkson's amazing remix of Cardi B, Lauryn Hill, and Post Malone!