Kesha Says Writing Songs For Britney Spears Is Better Than Drugs
While most people are resolving to eat healthier foods and volunteer more often, Ke$ha has bigger goals for 2012.
"I feel like I don't necessarily agree, but people say that rock and roll is dead, and it is my mission and my goal to resurrect it in the form of my pop music," she told MTV News.
The 24-year-old singer admits it's a "very ambitions and lofty goal," but "that's the goal, we'll see what happens."
If 2011 is any indication of what Ke$ha can accomplish, then she might just revive rock n' roll. Last year the glitter-loving popstar headlined her own tour and penned some of the year's biggest tunes. Along with Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Alexander Krolund, Ke$ha co-wrote Britney Spears' 2011 hit, "Till The World Ends," and gushed to MTV about the song.
"That song just came on the radio and I have to say, I love hearing Britney Spears sing my lyrics, every single day. It never gets old," she said. "I get so excited. It's better than any drug when you hear Britney Spears sing a song your wrote."
In early 2012 Ke$ha will be back in the studio recording her next album, which she says might show a more vulnerable side of her. "I have a lot of growing and evolving to do," she said. "I'm definitely not a one-trick pony and I think more people are starting to see that more and more."
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