Kesha to Resurrect Rock and Roll

Kesha is a Moron

Yes, I have called Kesha quite a few names since she became trendy.  Some of the nicer ones were stripper-wanabe, poser, whorish – but moron was never one of them.  Well it’s a big day for everyone, as I can now add moron to my list.  I’ll let you read her quote which I found on, and then you’ll understand everything.  And really, I wouldn’t need to even write anything more because her stupidity really says it all, but I like to rip on people so, ya.

“… people say that rock and roll is dead, and it is my mission and my goal to resurrect it in the form of my pop music,”

Uhm… What?  How does that even make sense?

That’s like Snoop Dog or Taylor Swift saying they’re going to resurrect Rock and Roll.

Even better, that’s like Taylor Swift saying she’s going to resurrect Rap.  Ok, so I’m not much for metaphors, but you get my point, right?

How is making a Pop song going to resurrect Rock?
Creating a Pop song does not resurrect Rock, Kesha, no matter how much your agent or label tells you it will or how highly you think of yourself.

Dear God, just that one short, simple-minded sentence absolutely blows my mind.  Is she really that stupid or is she just that full of herself?  Am I the only one that has a problem with her statement?  Somebody help me out, leave me a comment – maybe calm me down a bit.

…my head hurts. 

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  • Jenna

    This is hilarious! I agree 100% rock and roll can be resurrected but it damn sure wont be by her or “pop” music. Its gonna take the fans and artists coming together to make their voices heard, its gonna be by rebelling against “the man” Johnny cash did it and its gonna take others to do the same…… but kesha is not one of them 🙂

    • Mars

      Hey Jenna! Ya, I’m still trying to figure out her quote. It’s like one of those insane brain-teasers. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment! Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go save Rock music with Pop music…

      • sillyballz

        She said she didnt necessarily agree with it being dead but will give it more popularity in pop music.

        • Mars

          I totally understand (I think) what she means, but that’s like saying I’m going to make more people take notice of fish by eating chicken. I’m just not sure that promoting Rock music through Pop music is the best way to resurrect a dying music. Thanks for sharing your opinion!

  • Zombihouse

    I laughed so hard when I heard about it. I still am laughing too. It’s not going to help us, it will actually push Rock further down the hole. It’s gonna take Indie artists coming together with older rock stars and creating amazing musical fusion to revive rock. Rock won’t be saved in metal, rap, pop, etc. It will take either Indie artists to go more to rock, Rock artists to come out of the woodwork, or the recreation of The Beatles through the original Beatle’s children. You know, Julian as John, Dhani as George, etc. Or the recreation of the Velvet Underground as well. Help us Lou Reed! Help us George Harrison! Help us John Bonham!

    • Mars

      I love your attitude and ideas! From the research I have done looking for new music, Rock is certainly not dead – a little weak, sure, but not dead. I think it’s just the appetite right now for Rock just isn’t as strong as it was say, 20 years ago. People are too caught up in the reality-series that are mainstream Pop stars. Thanks for sharing! Spread the word of Rock!

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