She has done it again with hardly any reason to say oops! For, yet again, 2012 has proven ‘Toxic’ tinwoman Britney Spears seems to have the magic potion when it comes into raking in the big bucks.
With an estimated $58 million in earnings over the past year (due to album sales, tours, ‘X Factor US’, etc), Spears has new reason to ‘Scream & Shout’ as reports have surfaced indicating the stiff songstress beat out stiff competition to be named 2012′s highest paid female musician.
Find out what top divas she beat to the top below:
As reported here, Melanie Amaro, winner of X Factor USA Season 1, took to her musical alma mater to unveil her long-awaited debut single ‘Long Distance’. Lifted from her ‘Epic’ debut ‘Truly‘, Amaro truly showed fans why she was voted the show’s inaugural winner.
Also hitting the stage was autotune queen Ke$ha who lent a live rendition of ‘C’Mon’, the successor to hit ‘Die Young’ from her sophomore album ‘Warrior’. See the ladies at work below:
In a bid to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump, Ke$ha has been aggressively promoting her new album ‘Warrior’. Indeed, the rap-singer’s campaign has seen her touch many a stage in support of the set, which arrived in stores this week and was preceded by chart smash ‘Die Young’.
And while today brought with it another performance on the ‘Conan O’Brien Show’, it also ushered in the first week sales predictions for what many have earmarked one of the year’s biggest Pop releases.
So what is is ‘Warrior’ on course to sell? The answer (and Conan performance) await after the jump…
December 4th marks the day pop starlet Ke$ha brings her sophomore album ‘Warrior’ to battle for Billboard’s top spot.
Indeed, to say the ‘Die Young’ diva has already made a killing afront Billboard’s Hot 100 would be an understatement as the album’s lead single has been a mainstay aboard the ranking’s upper half for most of its chart life. However, like many her contemporary, the singer’s success on the singles front has come at an inverse of her album’s sales performance.
Barely shipping platinum over two years since its debut, Ke$ha’s introductory set ‘Animal’ saw its singles take big bites out of history books while its parent album barely made a bark. So tell us: Are you willing to help its successor sing a different tune?
That Grape Juice’s Favourite ‘Warrior’ Tracks:
* Thinking Of You
* Die Young
* Dirty Love (ft. Iggy Pop)
That Grape Juice’s Least Favourite ‘Warrior’ Tracks:
* All That Matters
* Only Wanna Dance With You
That Grape Juice Rating: 3/5
Conclusion: ‘Warrior’ has a clear agenda to mature a sound and artist many assumed was “seasonal” – and manages to achieve this to a satisfying degree.
Still, Ke$ha excels most when being unapologetically Ke$ha. Rebellious, edgy, and dripping with jaw-dropping metaphors.
Ke$ha is proving quite the promo ‘Warrior’ these days. Indeed, the global push for her sophomore album of the same name has seen the singer grace many a stage – the latest being The Graham Norton Show in the UK.
Watch below as the 25 year old rocks out to current single ‘Die Young’ below…