Kelly Clarkson's daughter River Rose features on her latest album.
River opens and closes the track "you don't make me cry" on the album's deluxe edition.
River and her brother Remington Alexander recently joined their mom onstage in Las Vegas.
Clarkson released her new album, "Chemistry," on Friday. The deluxe version includes the track "you don't make me cry," featuring River Rose.
River, 9, kicks off the track with a vocal run (with the help of some artistic autotune) laid over some pop piano chords. At one point during her daughter's feature, Clarkson says, "Sing."
River's vocals appear sparingly throughout the song, echoing her mother singing the word "cry" during the chorus. And at the end, she's the one who closes it out with an auto-tuned "the end." While it's not quite on the level of Clarkson's iconic vocal prowess just yet, perhaps River will follow in her mother's footsteps.
Clarkson shares River and her son, Remington Alexander, 7, with ex-husband Brandon Blackstone. This isn't the first time one of them has sung with her: Both her kids joined her onstage during her Las Vegas residency in August. During the show, as NBC reported, Remington danced to Clarkson's song "Whole Lotta Woman," while River sang Clarkson's "Heartbeat Song" alongside her mother.
Clarkson said before her performance with River that her daughter had loved "Heartbeat Song" since she was an infant, and had chosen the song herself to sing with her mother.
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