Ke$ha's Beautifully Deconstructed Version Of "Die Young"
Who knew that Ke$ha's new dance-pop single "Die Young" could sound so good stripped down? With simply a synthesizer and the lyrics, Ke$ha proves to us once again that she may look like a ditzy pop star, but actually has talent under all that glitter. As she sings the start of the chorus, I hear your heart beat to the beat of the drums / Oh what a shame that you came here with someone, we wonder why K-Dolla-sign doesn't make music this way more often. What do you think? Should Ke$ha start releasing tracks in her Deconstructed style?
Let us know your thoughts on Ke$ha's new version of "Die Young"...
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