Clay Aiken Songs Ranked

Clayton Holmes Aiken (néGrissom; born November 30, 1978) is an American singer, television personality, actor, political candidate, and activist. Aiken finished second place on the second season of American Idol in 2003, and his debut album, Measure of a Man, went multi-platinum. He released four more albums on the RCA label, Merry Christmas with Love (2004), A Thousand Different Ways (2006), the Christmas EP All is Well (2006), and On My Way Here (2008). Since then he has released two more albums, both with Decca Records: Tried and True (2010) and Steadfast (2012). Aiken has also had eleven tours in support of his albums. In all, he has sold over 5 million albums and is the fourth-highest-selling American Idol alumnus. Here are all of Clay Aiken songs ranked.

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11. This Is the Night (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“This was a great first single by Clay.  He really impressed me all through out the AMERICAN IDOL event and one thing I love about Clay is his maturity.  He is also very positive on so many things in life!  This is a great debut single!”

10.You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me (Tried, & True (Bonus Track Version, 2010)

“Clay’s voice in this song nearly as much as if listening to the rendition performed on the show. Superfluous noise issues notwithstanding, this is a great track.”

9. Run to Me (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“Call me a hypocrite, but I actually like this guy’s image: clean. He may not have written the songs himself, but at least he has a great voice to go with them. His songs are great when you’re in the mood for something calm and not very guitar-ish.”

8. Solitaire (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“I remember seeing Clay sing this on American Idol and was in awe, it has remained a favorite….love his version of this song!!”

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7. Measure of a Man (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“The title track has a bit of a religious feel to it, which is fine with me. I like it a lot, it’s a very sweet song and it seems to be a bit of an anthem for him, as he insisted on it being the album title.”

6. I Believe We Can (Phineas And Ferb Summer Belongs To You, 2010)

“Clay twists all the songs in the album into something you familiar with. Just one thing – the album doesn’t shine on me. You will get boring after a few times you listen the album.”

5. I Want to Know What Love Is (A Thousand Different Ways, 2006)

“Clay has a long way to go but sure has impressed me and I really love his voice so very much.”

4. Mary, Did You Know (Merry Christmas with Love, 2004)

“Clay has a decent voice, he just releases really crappy music.  However, he doesn’t do much wrong on this Christmas album.  It’s simple and predictable, but serves as an acceptable holiday collection.”

3. Bridge Over Troubled Water (Super Hits, 2010)

“Bridge Over Troubled Water” The man can sing the notes, that’s for sure. When he can sing the emotion He’ll truly excel.”

2. The Way (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“‘The Way’, the nominal A side of this single, is a lovely ballad with a hint of Latin funk attributable to cowriter Enrique Iglesias.”

1. Invisible (Measure of a Man, 2003)

“Everyone has heard of Aiken, mostly because of the tabloids. I’ve never watched American Idol and had never heard him sing. He did a guest shot on SCRUBS and sang a bit — that was the first time I’d heard him and I was really impressed. He does have a beautiful voice and it’s a shame his private life has to detract from that.”