16 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kesha shows more of herself on this ambitious second record. It’s there in her return to the guitar-playing that characterized her Nashville childhood (see the strutting new wave of “Only Wanna Dance With You”), and in her riotous duet with lifelong hero Iggy Pop (“Dirty Love”). In fact, even when she’s on familiar party-crashing terrain (dance-rock firecracker “Die Young”), Warrior represents a multifaceted, sonically restless look at the person behind the hedonistic persona.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kesha shows more of herself on this ambitious second record. It’s there in her return to the guitar-playing that characterized her Nashville childhood (see the strutting new wave of “Only Wanna Dance With You”), and in her riotous duet with lifelong hero Iggy Pop (“Dirty Love”). In fact, even when she’s on familiar party-crashing terrain (dance-rock firecracker “Die Young”), Warrior represents a multifaceted, sonically restless look at the person behind the hedonistic persona.

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