Geoff Geis


Crazy Kids (Ke$ha cover)

I’m normally a huge Ke$ha fan, but the original version of this song is just bad. She nailed the affirmation anthem with “We R Who We R” but “Crazy Kids” is so bland. The worse part is the verse from, which I left completely out of my cover version. This guy is known for ripping off other artist’s tracks, dumbing them down, and making huge hits. Yet somehow, on “Crazy Kids,” he manages to sound like a hacky facsimile of himself. Truly incredible in its badness.

I recorded this cover on Christmas Day and it was included on Mabson Enterprises’ Now That’s What I Call Mabson 2013¬†compilation.


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