The world just hasn’t been the same without new music from pop’s glam-trashiest star Ke$ha, but that will soon be rectified when she drops her follow-up to 2010′s Animal LP and Cannibal EP later this year. K-Dolla was profiled in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, and we were treated to a bunch of new tidbits about the “cock pop”to come. “I give many fucks about this album,” she says, echoing our feelings exactly. Hop below for a round-up of what to expect on Ke$ha’s latest musical glitter bomb.
**She and her right hand man Dr. Luke cooked up at least 17 tracks so far, some more complete than others. They are all dance tracks.
**”Crazy Kids” is the 2012 version of Cannibal‘s “We R Who We R”, and might wind up as Ke$ha’s next tattoo. “I have so many terrible tattoos,” she says (and she’s right). “Giving prison tattoos is, like, my favorite thing.”
**One of the new songs is called “Die Young”, with the lyric, “I hear your heart beat to the beat of the drums… Oh, what a shame that you came here with someone.”
**”Supernatural”, which we heard a snippet of thanks to Dr. Luke, was based upon a road trip that included “a sensual experience with a ghost.”
**”Last Goodbye” was inspired by Neil Young‘s 1974 tune “For The Turnstiles” and includes the lyric, “When I was broke, you bought me shoes.”
**Collaborations may include tunes with Iggy Pop, The Flaming Lips‘ Wayne Coyne, and the Black Keys‘ drummer Patrick Carney.
**Ke$ha once again says that she gets more “vulnerable” on this record than she has in the past. “Some people weren’t sure that I could sing. On this record, I said, ‘Let’s leave the tricks to a minimum and let me wail.”
Read her RS profile by heading over to ONTD for a full page scan. Are you currently fanning yourself while trying to keep your emotions at bay anticipating K-Dolla’s next release like we are?