Kelly Clarkson’s Mr. Know It All Music Video premiered today via VEVO. Finally, Kelly Clarkson’s newest single and break up theme song has released its music video. The music video for the song took place on August 25, 2011 in Nashville and was directed by Justin Francis.
“Mr. Know It All” is a mid tempo pop song with R&B influences. Clarkson described the song as “different from any of her other singles because the message is not just about relationships. Even though Clarkson admits she has a list of people that have brought her down, she states that the song is also about ignorant people who think they know everything about someone.
Watch Kelly Clarkson’s Mr. Know It All Music Video:
Music video by Kelly Clarkson performing Mr. Know It All. (C) 2011 19 Recordings Limited under exclusive license to RCA Records
How do you like Kelly Clarkson’s Mr. Know It All Music Video? For me, it’s fierce and empowering! I love the fact that the strong lyrical message of the song is conveyed well in the video. Can’t get enough of it and definitely looking forward to her new album release on October! She is definitely back and gotten STRONGER!
Here are few reviews on Kelly Clarkson’s Mr. Know It All single:
Unlike several of Kelly’s leaks, which have gone down a more traditional pop-rock road, “Mr. Know It All” has a distinct R&B flavor, showcasing a side to her vocals we haven’t seen in a while. As opposed to the “Since U Been Gone” Kelly, the “Mr. Know It All” Kelly sounds softer and more feminine as she sings. – MTV Buzzworthy
The song is an obvious Clarkson joint: feisty and straightforward, with a strong melody and a sing-along chorus. – MTV News
We love it too, Kelly. Especially since we’re not the men involved. – Entertainment Weekly
Clarkson’s lyrical message may be one of sass and strength (as fans have come to expect from her), but musically, “Mr. Know It All” is a bit softer; instead of rock-focused energy, the single goes midtempo with touches of piano and subtle strings. – Billboard
We don’t have to lie. The mid-tempo ballad isn’t our favorite of her tracks, and we wish her vocals were mixed higher, but we dig it nonetheless. – VH1
For her latest earworm, Clarkson narrows her octave range – no American Idol glory notes here – and sasses a controlling man with double-entendres (“Baby, I ain’t goin’ down”) that up her R&B appeal. – Rolling Stone
“Mr. Know It All” features one of the most impressive female pop vocals of 2011. The raspy approach here matches the strength informed by pain of the lyrics of the song. It is a style decision that makes the brief moments of gentle clarity in her voice even more affecting. – About.com
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