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Kesha's prolific output
Kesha has written "about 200" songs in preparation for her second album.
The 'Tik Tok' singer's experiences touring around the world have inspired a creative surge and she has now prepared so many tracks she can't even remember where they all came from.
She told website Digitalspy: "I have so many songs! Songs will leak and I don't even remember writing them. I've written about 200.
"I'm writing constantly about all my crazy experiences across the world, so I have a lot of music I've already written. I haven't turned that material into a record yet, but it's definitely coming along."
Kesha, 24, is also planning on giving up the pop of her debut album, 'Animal', for a more rock influenced sound.
She added:"I definitely want the next record to be experimental and I would love to play with all the different sounds of the music I listen to. I really want some dirty guitar and I wouldn't mind if there were elements of blues.
"I've been playing a lot of guitar and so it's quite exciting to think about threading that into the new material and just making it better and better.
"I've been listening to a lot of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and probably the one CD I haven't taken out of my record player in a long time is Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot'."Posted on 5 Jul 2011 06:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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