Stitches Shawn Mendes
12 December 2011, 17:23
The 'We R Who We R' singer tackles the classic track to celebrate 50 years of Amnesty International.
Ke$ha has recorded a version of Bob Dylan's track 'Don't Think Twice It's Alright' for a new compilation of covers from the folk singer.
The album, 'Chimes Of Freedom', features 76 covers of Bob Dylan tracks and is being released to celebrate 50 years of Amnesty International.
During her version, Ke$ha begins with a delicate acapella vocal which continues throughout only to be joined by a subtle string section in the middle.
It's a far cry from what Ke$ha fans will be familiar with from the star and she joins other artists such as Adele, Maroon 5 and Miley Cyrus who have all attempted tracks for the record.
Meanwhile, Ke$ha is currently working on her second studio album which will be released in 2012 and recently claimed the new year will bring "amazing things".
You can hear the cover below: