Spit out your Ring Pops and wipe the tears off your iPad. Ke$ha's new album, Cannibal, drops on November 22.
We here at Impose received a top secret communique from Ke$ha herself. She assured us that although "this year has been carnivorous and life-changing…my only goal with this record is to keep them dancing."
Hopefully her most recent video, "Take It Off (K$'N Friends Version)," is an indication of things to come. It's a brilliant Hogarthian satire for these modern times we live in. With 1 in 8 Americans on food stamps, and our national debt set to crack 18 trillion in 5 years, we need to stop "getting our drunk text on" and quaff the steaming mystery goblet of sagacity. (Wipe the Lip Smackers off first.)
Oh and "Take It Off" is set to the tune of The Streets of Cairo, the perfectly catchy, old time ditty to bring folks of all stripes together. Nope, no racial undercurrents here.
Fingers crossed that "Cannibal" refers to the current state of our two-party political system!