Misfits, bad kids & degenerates rejoice- Ke$ha’s album “Warrior” has arrived


Temporarily available for free streaming on iTunes, the album is also available for pre-order.

After tracks from her sophomore album, Warrior, started to leak online, Ke$ha released the album in full on iTunes earlier this week. For a limited time, the album is available for streaming here.

Saying goodbye to her signature electro-pop style, Ke$ha drew influence from 70’s rock artists to create a “cock rock” sound. Looking to chronicle her worldwide spiritual journey, she had no shortage of material to write about.

Ke$ha has spent the last few months working with producer Dr. Luke, as well as several musical collaborators. According to NME, the Black Key’s Patrick Carney, the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Iggy Pop are all featured on the album.

“I’ve been working for a year on this new record and have collaborated with some of my idols,” Ke$ha said in an interview with NME. “This process has been long and intense and I couldn’t be more stoked to share this music. I hope with Warrior my fans get to know me in a much more raw and vulnerable way.”

The album’s lead single “Die Young” was released in late September and was co-written by fun. vocalist Nate Ruess. Described as “old hippie rock” by co-producer Benny Blanco, the track is now #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Notable tracks include “Thinking of You,” where Ke$ha calls out a sleazy ex; “Dirty Love,” Ke$ha’s collaboration with Iggy Pop; and “Supernatural,” a sexually charged song about Ke$ha’s experiences with a ghost.

“C’mon,” a track with party anthem potential is the album’s first promotional single. Check it out below and let us know what you think!

Warrior hits shelves on Dec. 4.

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