Ke$ha is a bejeweled goddess lost in the desert in her "Warrior" cover art.
Ke$ha's been seriously on her grind these days. After nonchalantly whistling the melody to her new song "Die Young," Ke$ha donned some seriously Cher-esque body floss for the song's cover art. Now, we're pleased to present you with the artwork for Ke$ha's forthcoming album, Warrior, where incidentally, Ke$ha looks like a bejeweled goddess stranded in the middle of the (video game-ish) desert! We DIE.
Read more about Ke$ha's Warrior album after the jump.
In addition to killing it in a Technicolor bodysuit, the VMA Instagram-er has officially announced that Warrior will hit stores Dec. 4. But if you're panicked like us and think that's way too torturous a wait, then CTFO! Ke$ha also confirmed that the album's first single, "Die Young," will be available next Tuesday, Sept. 25. You can also watch Ke$ha sing the "Die Young" hook in Tokyo.
As you might have already guessed, "Die Young" is produced by pop mastermind and frequent Ke$ha collaborator Dr. Luke (like she's really gonna ditch the dude who got her eight bazillion No. 1 records?). The album also boasts a slew of high-profile collaborations with will.i.am, Benny Blanco, Iggy Pop and Ben Folds. In her own words, Ke$ha explains, "I am so excited to finally share Warrior with all of my amazing Animals. I’ve been working for a year on this new record and have collaborated with some of my idols... I couldn't be more stoked to share this music." Awesome! And it would be doubly awesome if Warrior came out like, tomorrow.
Photo credit: RCA Records