KELLY OSBOURNE: Snippet Of New Single Posted Online
KELLY OSBOURNE fan site KellyOsbourne.org has uploaded a snippet of Kelly's new single, "One Word", due out April 25 via Sanctuary. Check it out at this location (Windows Media Audio).
"One Word" comes off Osbourne's sophomore album, which is scheduled for release on June 7 via Sanctuary. The as-yet-untitled set was produced by Linda Perry (CHRISTINA AGUILERA, PINK) and is the follow-up to Osbourne's 2002 Epic debut, "Shut Up". That set debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and has sold 159,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
According to Billboard.com, Osbourne recently launched a clothing line, Stiletto Killers, which offers t-shirts, sweatpants and sweatshirts emblazoned with such slogans as "Gotta Pee," "F*** Off," and "I Hate U." The artist can also currently be seen in the ABC television drama "Life As We Know It".
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