Ke$ha Featuring 3OH!3 - Blah Blah Blah

08 October Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Ke$ha, real name Kesha Sebert, has been going for a couple of years, managing to get hit singles here and there in the UK, including a number one with "We R Who We R". Her most known song has to be "TiK ToK" but she is releasing new music soon and I cannot wait to be able to listen to it and review it. 3OH!3 features on this song, who are a 2-piece band consisting of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte. They have had a few hits but in recent times they have failed to make the UK chart and many other international charts, could this be the end of them? I sure hope not.

"Blah Blah Blah" was written by Kesha Sebert, Benjamin Levin, Neon Hitch and Sean Foreman. They came up with this song after arguing who talks more guys or girls. Ke$ha has definitely made her own style and still no one has jumped on to the band wagon as far as I am aware of and therefore, in doing so she is going to be untouchable. This is like nothing anyone has heard before and that is why she charts so well.

This music video is always funny to watch, it's both narrative and performance, as the bits when she flies in the air shows how crazy she actually is and you could definitely imagine you wouldn't be disappointed if you saw her live.

Since she is the main protagonist, guys are shown in a negative light as always talking and she wants them to stop. And usually they don't therefore she goes about shutting them up herself. When 3OH!3 come in they turn it around and show that girls are the ones who talk so much, but they are only there for a short time and I feel they aren't able to pass that over that well, which is exactly what Ke$ha wants, clearly she has shown that guys do talk more than girls.

I like how different the guys are that go after her, which suggests that she tends to have many admirers that she isn't happy with, many of which she probably calls "douches". She is also very bad at bowling.

Overall a very catchy song, with an accompanying music video that makes me laugh lots. The guy at the start is played by Bret Ernst. But I haven't got a clue who the other people are in the videos, so if anyone knows and can cite a source for me, I'll add their names in. I haven't got a bad thing to say about this video, and therefore have no choice but to give it this rating.