[artist id="3213641"]Ke$ha[/artist] makes no apologies for her brash personality, which she's managed to channel into [article id="1629566"]catchy, raucous party songs[/article]. And with her [article id="1628052"]first single "Tik Tok"[/article] still pumping loudly from stereos, it's time for Ke$ha to assault radio airwaves with her new single, "Blah Blah Blah," off her [article id="1629617"]chart-topping debut album, Animal.[/article]
The up-and-comer recently shot a video for the song along with the boys of [artist id="3068464"]3Oh!3[/artist], who appear on the bratty club anthem. "The whole concept of the video was a bunch of douche-y guys macking on me as usual, and me making them eat their toupees or other various items," she told MTV News at the shoot. "At one point, I get to be strapped to this harness and bouncing around everywhere, and it was really cool."
In the song, Ke$ha ridicules a would-be suitor for "ta-ta-talking that bla-bla-bla" when all she really wants is to have sex with him.
Ke$ha explained that the dance tune originated from a discussion she had in the studio on the politics of female-male relationships. "The song came about when the people that wrote it — me, Benny Blanco, Neon Hitch and [3Oh!3's] Sean Foreman — all got in a room, and they were talking about how chicks talk too much," she said.
"And me and Neon were like, 'No, no, no, guys talk too much,' " she continued. "So, we had this war of who were more obnoxious, chicks or dudes. And the song kind of came around from that conversation. I think I make a pretty fair point both in this video and in the song, that dudes are way more annoying."