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That makes not one but two huge covers for Ke$ha this month. Billboard released this photo of their October 20 cover featuring the 25-year-old pop star who also graced the October/November cover of Vibe magazine. Ke$ha is the first living white female artist to land the cover of Vibe magazine with the exception of Gwen Stefani who shared the space with Pharrell and a posthumous cover of Amy Winehouse.
The "Die Young" artist is set to release her next album, Warrior, on November 30.
"The first record was a celebration of partying and being young, but this record's a better look at my personality," she explained in her Vibe cover story. "Whatever, I drink like a champion. But I can also do other stuff. I have a sense of humor about my lyrics. I'm not a train wreck, I'm just having fun.
It's nice to see Ke$ha making a strong comeback with her second album and gracing the covers of major magazines. Ke$ha's Billboard cover is headlined "Ke$ha Works Pop Voodoo: New single, ignites at radio, can she do it again?" And we think, yes.