How much is Kesha worth?
|Net Worth:||$5 Million
|Date of Birth:||March 1, 1987|
|Country:||United States of America|
Brushing her teeth with a bottle of Jack and flaunting her crazy style, wild antics and very racy lyrics onstage.
Who Is Kesha
Ke$ha, Ke$ha, Ke$ha—it’s difficult to define this larger than life, literal trash-wearing, Jack Daniels-drinking, glitter aficionado in words. She’s a blunt, openly sexual anti-role model in a world where Disney starlets and pop divas scramble to maintain squeaky clean images and, love her or hate her, it’s almost refreshing.
American singer Kesha has a net worth of approx. $5 million dollars, as of 2021.
Broke And Country
Kesha Rose Sebert was born in Los Angeles to Pebe Sebert, a singer/songwriter who raised Kesha and her older brother Lagan and younger brother Louis as a solo mother. But things weren’t easy for the family—in interviews Kesha has often recalled moments when she would dig through clothing in the trash or on the street to try and find something to wear.
Bribing A Prince
Although Kesha was short on cash, one thing she wasn’t short on was ideas. Kesha dreamed of her idol Prince producing her music so she paid his gardener to let her leave her demo CD in his house. But Kesha was kicked off the grounds before she could execute her killer plan.
But things started to work out for the budding singer, sans breaking and entering, when she landed backup singing gigs for Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, helped to co-write The Veronicas’ single ‘This Love’ and appeared in Katy Perry’s ‘I Kissed a Girl’ video.
Animal And Cannibal
With her Rolodex of celebrity collaborators growing, Kesha landed her own recording contract with RCA Records. Her first single, ‘Tik Tok’, was released in the fall of 2009 and her debut, Animal—an album that took seven years to write and was whittled from 200 to 14 songs—was released in January of 2010. ‘Tik Tok’ sold more singles in one week than any other female artist and it became a club staple. The country girl from Nashville was officially revamped into the hip-shaking, torn fishnet-wearing Ke$ha.
With her second album, Cannibal debuting to the same success as her freshman album, Ke$ha—who added the $ to her name as an establishment of her once broke self-worth—is on the road to becoming a pop icon.
Defining Quote “I’ll usually go out, have one f*cking insane night, come home half-drunk, stumbling, and write down a few words.”