7 Great Songs You Didn't Know Kesha Wrote

Revisit tracks the pop ace penned for everyone from Miley Cyrus to Alice Cooper

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Big Time Rush, "Windows Down" (2012)

"Windows Down" shows a different side of Kesha's songwriting: She built the track around a sample of one of Blur's best known hits, "Song 2," with its iconic shouts of "woo-hoo!" That refrain comes paired with a thunderous electronic beat, scuzzy synthesizers, a club-ready breakdown that builds suspense and a seize-the-moment message: "I can feel it in the air that it's on tonight/I don't really care if it's wrong or right/Pedal to the metal, baby, hold me tight."

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