Ke$ha Snubs ‘Die Young,’ Says She Was Forced (But Not At Gunpoint) To Sing The Lyrics

Ke$ha gunKe$ha once called her greasy sophomore album, Warrior, “really positive, really raw, really vulnerable and about the magic of life,” and said that she rewrote the lead single “ten times” before deciding on the current version.

Now she’s singing a different auto-tune, denouncing “Die Young” after hearing that it had been pulled from radio stations because the lyrics could be considered insensitive to the families of the 6 and 7 year-olds lost in Newtown, Connecticut.

“I understand. I had my very own issue with ‘die young’ for this reason, I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO,” Ke$ha tweetedContinue reading “Ke$ha Snubs ‘Die Young,’ Says She Was Forced (But Not At Gunpoint) To Sing The Lyrics”

Ke$ha Gets Rocky For ‘Dirty Love’ Feat. Iggy Pop

Kesha Iggy Pop dirty LoveKe$ha‘s Warrior is out and the track “Dirty Love,” which you know has Iggy Pop because she announces “It’s Iggy Pop” in the beginning, is pretty good if you can get past it being the oddest pairings since Johnny Depp and Ke$ha.

In this song we learn many important lessons about filth and champagne and what happens when a lioness (I always want to call her “Keha” because the dollar sign gets lost in URL translation) meets a hairless cat.

Iggy’s verse: Cockroaches do it in the garbage cans/rug merchants do it in Afghanistan/Santorun did it in a V-neck sweater/pornos produce it/but a wild child can do it better.  Continue reading “Ke$ha Gets Rocky For ‘Dirty Love’ Feat. Iggy Pop”