Contrary to common belief, pop starlet Ke$ha isn't worthless. However oversexed or perceivably vacuous the 24-year-old might be, her electro-rap debauchery is one of the more redeemable sounds on commercial radio. Let's face it: The predominating trend in pop music these days is a lack of mirth and imagination. Most of the women reigning over the charts, from Britney Spears to Demi Lovato to Colbie Caillat, are entirely expendable. Sure, Lady Gaga and Rihanna make good albums, but can the same be said about shrill, masturbatory singers like Katy Perry or Nicki Minaj? Adele and Beyoncé have pipes, but their records are as dull as dishwater. Ke$ha, in sharp contrast, is far more animated. She can't sing or rap particularly competently, but the woman knows a stadium-ready hook when she hears one.... More >>>