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Ke$ha Breaks Down Die Young! LISTEN To Acoustic Version HERE!!

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Welly, well, well! We can actually hear Ke$ha's unprocessed, raw vocals…

And they ain't half bad!

Ch-ch-check out the cult Queen's acoustic rendition of her latest single Die Young, off of her forthcoming Deconstructed EP (above)!

We're totally digging this uncluttered version, but it does emphasize the fact that Kesha doesn't really sing, she just kinda talks and cracks her voice all over the palce, creating a semi-melody… but the effect is still pleasing!

We're excited to hear the rest of Kesha's broken down EP when it slams onto the music scene this December 4th!

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7 comments to “Ke$ha Breaks Down Die Young! LISTEN To Acoustic Version HERE!!”

  1. 1

    Love it !

  2. sants says – reply to this


    the shaaade of it all.
    this is why even the celebrities that pretend to like you to your face don't actually like you.
    because they know, no matter what, you're a two faced bitch with no personality.
    kesha has more talent in her pinky than u have in your whole body.
    the end.

  3. 3

    Link doesn't work. Mirror? I was really excited to listen to it.

  4. DIE4GOD$HA says – reply to this



  5. sara says – reply to this


    This sounds a bit too much like this swedish song… (I'm not a fan of either of the songs though..)

  6. sara says – reply to this


    It did not post the link to the song.. I think it sounds a bit too much like this song: lelah-some die young

  7. Music4Life says – reply to this


    It's pretty, but it still has a ton of reverb and a little autotune, so I couldn't really call this
    "deconstructed." It's cool as an acoustic version of the song, but I'm willing to bet that her voice is still hidden behind some effects.