'We can always find the trouble, we don't need no help.'
Kesha has served up some classic t-shirt worthy lines in the past. But the quotable in her latest single, "Raising Hell," might be an all-time keeper. The praise-worthy pop track featuring Queen of Bounce Big Freedia dropped on Thursday morning (Oct. 24) and it features the so-Kesha refrain, "But I don't wanna go to heaven without raising hell."
The colorful video is a parody of a ripped-from-1987, fall-from-grace story of a fire and brimstone televangelist, with Kesha playing the role of the big-haired soul saver and Freedia providing spiritual support via the exhortation, "Drop it down low, hit it, hit the pole with it/ Drop it down low, drop it down low." Over frantic handclaps, churchy organs and a banging beat, Kesha sings, "Hallelujah/ I'm still here, stilling bringing it to ya/ Oh, like Buddha/ Good girls know how to get hard too, ya."