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No rest for the wicked: Kesha keeps party going

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  • Writer: Chanun Poomsawai
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Hedonism, debauchery and the 'Yolo' philosophy run rampant on the artist's latest release, 'Warrior', confirming her status as the queen of 'carpe diem' 


Much as we hate to admit it, Kesha's hit single Tik Tok is a pretty amazing pop song. Released in 2009, way before today's pop culture's obsession with the Yolo (You Only Live Once) phenomenon, not only has the song re-popularised the spirit of carpe diem, it's also placed Kesha pretty high on the pop pedestal, wedged between mega stars such as Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. Looking back on her career, she'd always had one foot in the music industry, having sung backing vocals for Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Flo Rida as well as appearing in Katy Perry's video for I Kissed a Girl.

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