Now that every Pop artist and their mother seem to have finally bled every possible reference from the 80s to salt and season their music, Ke$ha has confirmed that she is looking to another decade of music to use as inspiration.
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The singer/songwriter who has co-written such hits as Britney Spears‘ ‘Till The World Ends’ revealed that she will experiment with the likes of Led Zeppelin, ACDC and many more on the LP.
Speaking to DigitalSpy, she revealed:
“I’ve been listening to a lot of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and probably the one CD I haven’t taken out of my record player in a long time is Iggy Pop’s The Idiot”.
She went onto reveal, “I’ve been pretty much in this ’70s rock and roll kick and I just want to capture some of the true essence of what rock and roll is, and that’s just irreverence and sexiness and fun and not giving a f**k, so we’ll definitely put a bit of rock and roll in it.”
With Lady GaGa making the road to Pop Eccentric Glory a hard and difficult journey, perhaps this new direction will help put Ke$ha in a lane of her very own.
For despite the singles chart success she has enjoyed in the last year, she and her fans have found it difficult to make a concrete name for themselves in the world of Pop debate even two years after debuting.
Here’s to hoping this upcoming album does for Ke$ha what she, her label and her fans are hoping it will do.