After teasing her fans for weeks, Ke$ha finally premiered the acid-trip video. In it, she dances with wolves, dons a fur vest — and nothing else — gets it on in an abandoned church and starts a cult for glitter enthusiasts. Unfortunately, the cops come in and rain on Ke$ha raunchy parade. But the Warrior stands defiantly at the door ready to take on the gun-toting policemen.
In her upcoming album, Warrior, the pop star hopes to introduce her fans to a new side of Ke$ha — a more “vulnerable” side.
“The first two records talked more about partying, which is a great, magical part of life. But some songs on the new record are more personal and vulnerable,” she told Rolling Stone in July. “And you can hear more of the music I listen to when I’m lying in my bed. I’m not claiming that it’s a rock record, but as long as it’s f***ing good, you can call it whatever you want.”
Ke$ha told the magazine fans can expect her new album to sound like “a mix of what works on the radio” and what she listens to in her spare time. “I’m on a steady diet of T. Rex and Iggy Pop,” she added.
Warrior hits shelves December 4.
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