Ke$ha Gets ‘Deconstructed’ In Acoustic EP

Just in case you’ve ever wondered what Ke$ha really sounds like — stripped down with minimal production — you’ll find out this December. Earlier today Ke$ha revealed that she’ll be releasing Deconstructed, an acoustic EP, which will be available for fans December 4 on her Website.

Produced by Greg Kurstin, the EP will include two acoustic tracks from Ke$ha’s forthcoming album Warrior, “Die Young” and “Supernatural,” as well as “The Harold Song” off Animal + Cannibal.

This time around Ke$ha even collaborates with her mom. She’ll be covering Dolly Parton’s No. 1 song “Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle To You,” which was co-written by her mother, Pebe Sebert.

The acoustic version of “Die Young” showcases Ke$ha alongside keyboards. Gone are the high energy club beats and foot-stomping rhythms. Instead, Ke$ha’s vocals are at the forefront.

Listen to the radio single and tell us which version you like better.

-Annie Reuter, CBS Local

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