New Kesha Album Due Out in May, According to Producer Dr. Luke
Kesha fans shouldn't get too excited about a new album just yet. Producer Dr. Luke has confirmed on his official Twitter account that Kesha won't be releasing a new album until the Spring of 2012.
Dr. Luke, who has produced tracks like 'Tik Tok,' 'We R Who We R' and 'Your Love Is My Drug' for Kesha, said a new album can be expected from the songstress close to May of next year. When asked "are we gunna [sic] get a new Kesha album soon?" by a Kesha fan over Twitter, Dr. Luke replied, "not this year.... close to may...."
Even though fans have to wait until May 2012 for new songs from the 'Cannibal' queen, Kesha will be featured on Alice Cooper's upcoming album on the song 'What Baby Wants,' where her voice is supposed to be that of the devil's.
A few months back, Kesha revealed that her next album will be called 'Spandex on the Distant Horizon' to Beatweek Magazine. While it may sound ridiculous, it's an appropriate title for a girl whose style is a mix between a hipster, a rave kid, and a trailer-park chick. "Maybe it will be rock and roll or maybe it will be something else," Kesha tells Beatweek of her upcoming album. "It could end up being a spoken word record or polka death metal."
We wonder if the leaked track 'Shots on the Hood of My Car' will appear on the upcoming record. Too bad we will have to wait until next May to see!