Kesha reached success and became not just a singles artist, rather an albums artist too when her debut album called “Animal” debuted at number in the US. In other countries, the album went to top 10 gaining some certifications too. The album had a lot of club ready tracks through her electronic, dance and pop songs. The album just have fun songs which can make you move freely and dance.
“Tik-Tok” was released as Kesha’s first single for her album “Animal”. It is a fun song and in fact, I thought she’s the one who can rival Lady Gaga, but no comparisons or competition happened between them. The song is made for the clubs as the lyrics talks about. It eventually became a worldwide hit reaching number 1. As reported, the song sold about 15 million downloads worldwide.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10
Blah Blah Blah (ft. 3OH3)
“Blah Blah Blah” was released as the second single off the album “Animal”. It is an electropop song which she worked with collaborators 3OH3. It sounds good but the lyrics doesn’t sound good to me. Comparing to “Tik-Tok”, this song was way below the first single. Kesha’s song uses auto-tunes but it is very obvious in this song. It charted in several countries and in America, it reached number 7, her second top 10 there.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10
Your Love is My Drug
“Your Love is My Drug” is the third single from Kesha’s album “Animal”. The song is just very catchy and it is the second catchiest single released from the album. It even became the second biggest single from the album after peaking at number 4 in Billboard Hot 100, and top 10 in other countries.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10
Take it Off
“Take it Off” is a fun and catchy single. It was just too processed with auto-tune and sounded unoriginal. It became Kesha’s fourth consecutive single to reach the top 10 in the US.
Rate: 8.0 out of 10
Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia
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