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Ke$ha admits she lacks creative control and has distorted public image

Ke$ha has confessed to having little creative control and admits that her public image isn't a reflection of her true personality.

The singer has engineered a strong, flamboyant image over the past few years but she told Rolling Stone that her output is being controlled by her label.

In response to a petition signed by her fans to stop producer Dr. Luke "controlling Ke$ha like a puppet", she said:

"They just want to see me grow as an artist, which I agree with. Hopefully in the future, I'll be in a position where I can put out a ballad or a more vulnerable song."

When asked if she has any creative control, Ke$ha added: "Not really. What's been put out as singles have just perpetuated a particular image that may or may not be entirely accurate. I'd like to show the world other sides of my personality. I don't want to just continue putting out the same song and becoming a parody myself. I have so much more to offer than that and I can't wait till the world really gets to hear that on the radio."

Dr Luke meanwhile was an executive producer Ke$ha's debut album 'Animal' and and produced the hits 'Tik Tok' and 'We R Who We R' as well as a host of other tracks.

Ke$ha's latest release came in the shape of a guest spot on the single 'Timber', which features on Pitbull's upcoming album 'Global Warming: Meltdown'.






Listen to Ke$ha and Pitbull's 'Timber' below: