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Ke$ha's 'Woo Hoo' High-Quality Audio Leaks

March 7, 2013 (9:16 am) GMT
The 'Tik Tok' singer's lost track from her 'Warrior' album sessions that samples Blur's 'Song 2' hits the web.
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A high-quality version of 's track "Woo Hoo" has just leaked online. Apparently from her "" album sessions, the lost track samples "Song 2", the hit song that brought mainstream success to British alternative rock band .

In the three-minute-plus audio, fans get to hear Ke$ha's trademark sing-rap style, the one she became known for in "Tik Tok" and "We R Who We R". As expected, the 26-year-old singer keeps Blur's woo hoos and guitar riffs intact, but brings it up a notch by adding a pop-synth vibe.

Since excluding "Woo Hoo" from her second studio album, Nickelodeon's has bought the instrumentals of the track for their own single "Windows Down". Thanks solely to the leaked audio, fans of the singer/songwriter can enjoy the track that was never officially released by the multi-awarded artist.

Ke$ha's "Warrior" is her second full-length studio album released back in November 2012. It features her own compositions from when she was on tour in 2011 and features collaborations with Dr. Luke and Max Martin, as well as a song from ' frontman Wayne Coyne. Since the album's release, Ke$ha has premiered two singles from the album, "Die Young", co-produced by 's , and dance track "C'Mon".



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