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Ben Folds Covers Ke$ha - And It's REALLY Good!!!

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There is no other way to describe it. This is just flat-out EPIC.

Check out Ben Folds' re-interpretation of the Ke$ha club-banger Sleazy (above), which he apparently recorded to raise money for Tsunami Relief in Japan!

Wow. We're just going to say it:

This puts his cover of Bitches Ain't Shit to SHAME! And we're obsessed with that one, too!

We think Ke$ha would very much approve, Sir! Perhaps you two can collaborate at some point!

Ha! Wouldn't that just be BIZARRE?! Needs to definitely happen!

CLICK HERE to download the track and donate to tsunami relief efforts!

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10 comments to “Ben Folds Covers Ke$ha - And It's REALLY Good!!!”



  1. 1

    I love me some Ben Folds, but NOTHING will top his cover of Bitches Ain't Shit. If you've ever seen him do it live, you know what I'm talking about.



  2. 2

    Nothing can top any of Ben's original work. I am the hugest Ben Folds fan in the world



  3. 3

    And oh my gosh look at sammy :D He looks so much older.



  4. 4

    LOL…I love Ben Folds.



  5. 5

    He ruined it….

    But for a good cause.



  6. 6

    Really? Still fighting for Japan relief? HELLO! America has been hit with over 200 tornadoes! Why don't you support your OWN country?????



  7. 7

    just as bad as the original



  8. 8

    That's because Ben Folds is AWESOME!!!!!



  9. 9

    Ben Folds is the best!



  10. 10

    Re: Amber Fuller – Ben has always been a huge supporter of relief actions and causes plus has donated alot of money over the years, internationally and locally. The tornadoes hit last week. This song has been in the works for over a month for the Tsunami Relief.