We're not really in the business of promoting our competitors here— ha! as if we had any (kidding, but not really)— but Vibe nabbed our favorite white girl, Ke$ha, for their October/November cover. Cool!
Anyway, Ke$ha seems to be coming to grips with the fact that she inadvertently might be one of the most entertaining female rappers working right now.
“The first time someone called me a rapper, I started laughing," she says. "I was shocked, and thought it was hilarious. But then, Andre 3000 was telling me how he thinks I’m a good rapper. And Wiz, who’s a good friend of mine, thinks I’m a good rapper? Snoop? It’s crazy and funny to me.”
Not to us. Because quite frankly, hip-hop is a serious genre, while rapping isn't. Anyone can rap. For what they're supposed to be, the type of raps Ke$ha delivers are better than most. Not saying she's the next Jean Grae or anything but still, the girl is alright.