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Ke$ha
Kesha
Birth Name Kesha Rose Serbet
Born March 1, 1985 (age 28)
Los Angeles, Kalifornia, USA
Occupations Singer-songwriter, rapper, dancer
Instruments Vocals, piano, guitar
Albums Animal
Warrior

"Kesha Rose Serbet", styled as Ke$ha, is a female singer. Her rise to fame first started with her collaboration with Flo Rida on the song, "Right Round". Her debut single, "TiK ToK", which was released on August 7, 2009, is now her major claim to fame.

Bruno Mars co-wrote her song, "Right Round".

Right RoundEdit

"Right Round" is a song performed by American rapper Flo Rida featuring pop singer Ke$ha. It is from R.O.O.T.S., his second studio album. It was released to radio as the album's lead single on 27 January 2009 and was digitally released on 10 February by Poe Boy Entertainment and Atlantic Records. The song lyrically speaks of developing a crush on a woman at a strip club, while adapting the chorus of the 1984 Dead or Alive song "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" in its hook. According to one of the song's writers, the chorus refers to oral sex. Electropop singer Kesha contributed guest vocals to the song, but in the USA, during the run atop the chart, Ke$ha was uncredited.

The song received mostly negative reviews from critics, who claimed it was kitsch and misogynistic. However, it was a commercial success, reaching the top ten of the charts in nineteen countries worldwide. In the United States, it became Flo Rida's second number-one single and broke the record for first-week sales when it was released to digital retailers. The single's accompanying music video was directed by Malcolm Jones and nominated for an MTV Video Music Award. It was also used in the end credits of the movie The Hangover and also the movie The Ugly Truth.

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