9 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the bourbon-gargling bravado of her debut, Kesha simultaneously doubles down and offers a glimpse of something softer on this follow-up EP. Yes, there are absurdly catchy nuggets of provocative pop (especially the spit-take-inducing outrageousness of “Grow a Pear”) but everyone’s favourite glitter-streaked extrovert proves she can also dial it down. “The Harold Song” showcases her powerful pipes, and “C U Next Tuesday” (despite that title) is an understated, ‘80s-inflected marvel.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the bourbon-gargling bravado of her debut, Kesha simultaneously doubles down and offers a glimpse of something softer on this follow-up EP. Yes, there are absurdly catchy nuggets of provocative pop (especially the spit-take-inducing outrageousness of “Grow a Pear”) but everyone’s favourite glitter-streaked extrovert proves she can also dial it down. “The Harold Song” showcases her powerful pipes, and “C U Next Tuesday” (despite that title) is an understated, ‘80s-inflected marvel.

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