Out on November 20th through Touchstone (Warrior hits shelves on the 30th), Ke$ha noted in a statement that the memoir will show how her life is "not all glamourous" but is "all real."
Touchstone, a Simon & Schuster imprint, added that the book will contain "thoughts and reflections" from Ke$ha, paired with pictures covering her childhood to her most recent tour.
You can check out the first taste of Warrior now on the endless-night anthem "Die Young."
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