Hot Music Video – Die Young – Ke$ha (Shocking Use Of Illuminati & Satanic Images)

Die Young” is a song by pop recording artist Kesha. Who released the song as the lead single from her second studio album, Warrior. Written by Lukasz Gottwald, Benjamin Levin, Henry Walter and Fun singer Nate Ruess. The song is performed in the electro-pop genre. Two teaser trailers were posted prior to the single’s official release. Contemporary critics gave mixed reviews of the song; MTV, Seventeen and Rolling Stone were disappointed with it, reflecting on its sameness with Kesha’s other songs, while others praised it. The music production has been likened to work by The Cars, Flo Rida, Jessie J and Katy Perry. While no The Cars song was cited for its similarities, the songs was compared to Good Feeling“, “Domino and Teenage Dream respectively. “Die Young” has charted in multiple countries, debuting at 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In its third week, Die Young broke into the top-ten, making it Kesha’s eighth top-ten hit since her debut on the chart in 2010 with Tik Tok. Co-producer Benny Blanco called the song “old hippie rock.” The song was written in 2011, after Kesha traveled the world. Before working on her second studio album, she went on a spiritual journey. This song screams Illuminati and Satanic worship. Like she doesn’t give a flying fuck about displaying her allegiance. It shows reverence to the “Enlightened Ones.” Check it out below after the jump…

Video Synopsis: Playing the role of a cult leader, Kesha and her fictitious disciples raid a hamlet in rural Mexico, engaging in various forms of sexual debauchery, while onlookers flee and hide in terror. The video is a shout-out to Illuminati. Symbols such as the all-seeing eye, the upside-down cross and many triangles pop up during the video. During the video, Kesha texts her “Animals” saying “We made it… SOUTH OF THE BORDER… they’ll never find us here” using the latest Windows phone.

Recalling experiences of feeding baby lions and swimming with great white sharks, Kesha said, “I got hypnotized, and I just really wanted this record to be really positive, really raw, really vulnerable and about the magic of life.” Elaborated her statement that she intends for the song to show her vulnerable side, saying, “I have a lot of growing and evolving to do. I’m definitely not a one-trick pony and I think people are starting to see that more and more.” 

About the song, Kesha told Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio the following, “It’s kind of an anthem. It’s a celebration song, which I’m obviously known for writing those, but this one, the concept of it was to live each and every single day like it’s your last and to always remain having a youthful spirit no matter how old I get… I can sing like a motherfucker! You’re going to hear that because I’m also doing this acoustic EP for my fans. Some of the old songs and the new songs.”

Genre-wise, the song employs Kesha’s trademark style of exotic electro-pop sounds. “Die Young” spreads acoustic guitar strums, in the progression of C#m/B/E/A, over an uptempo dance beat, while Kesha belts her half-rapped, half-sung vocals on the verses,where she says, “I hear your heart beat to the beat of the drums.” With over throbbing percussion, she continues on singing: “Oh what a shame that you came here with someone / So while you’re here in my arms / Let’s make the most of the night like we’re gonna die young.” “Die Young” features synth rifts in the New Wave style, which is reminiscent of The Cars and other music from the 1980s. Towards the end of the track, a choir of backing vocals chimes the chorus over a glam rock drum beat. Ironically, the track leaked online one day before its official release.

What do you think about Ke$ha’s song and its blatant use of upside down crosses, all seeing eyes and other imagery? Has she went to the dark side or only doing it for shock value? Please share your thoughts, opinions and comments with me below…

5 comments

  1. Kelly says:

    i think this imagery is so blatant, perhaps tila UNLEASHED the illuninatifuckery, now we are being bombarded with it. the cleveland show just did their 'hip hop illuminati' this once, bavarian illuminati that has been gone since the 1700s (yeah right!) are now HERE AND READY TO RAWR!! they are now happily showing their allegiance, dancing and prancing around! and KESHAS are the rulers of this illuminuttys! (actually they are just puppet pawns/prawns like lady gaga)

  2. kkkk says:

    Heh, I don't like Kesha or her music (it's a torture to my ears), but the music video actually made me laugh. It's obviously so "overboard" on purpose. I never believed that members of a mysterious occult organisation are sending each other messages via music videos or that they're using music videos to subliminally influence people (the second thing is possible but definitely not via blatantly seen images). So I see it as a good joke on Kesha's part. I noticed even Rihanna made similar joke in her "SM" music video so it's probably considered "in" in Hollywood right now to make various Illuminati pranks. It also helps them to get more views and popularity.

  3. Pshhh says:

    Hi GRR, thanks for posting.
    I wrote about this very video, well, just used it as an example over in JDT's blog.
    When something becomes so mass market, especially now in these very superficially oriented times in the music industry, it amuses me.
    She's a good song writer, and no doubt her stuff is like ear worms! But I don't like or hate it as much as I was expecting to.

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