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Ke$ha and Iggy Pop's 'Dirty Love' Duet Leaks

Party-popper's 'Warrior' LP is also streaming in full on iTunes

Ke$ha and Iggy Pop
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November 27, 2012 12:35 PM ET

Warrior, Ke$ha's much anticipated follow up to her 2010 breakout Animal, isn't set to hit shelves until December 4th, but now iTunes is streaming the entire record, which includes "Dirty Love," the just-leaked duet with Iggy Pop.

Combining a crunchy rock riff and a thumping dance beat, "Dirty Love" finds the party-loving pop star celebrating amorous expressions in all their beautiful, and sometimes scuzzy forms. The Stooges frontman joins Ke$ha on the appropriately anthemic chorus, and also contributes this sly line: "Cockroaches do it in garbage cans / Rug merchants do it in Afghanistan / Santorum do it in a V-neck sweater / Pornos produce it, but wild child can do it better!" 

You can check out the leak below, while it lasts; though you can also hear "Dirty Love" at the 22-minute mark of the iTunes stream.

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