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31 October 2012, 10:07
The 'We R Who We R' star says she got "emotional" recording with the legendary singer.
Ke$ha has named collaborating with Iggy Pop as one of the "best" experiences of her life, while working with him on new album 'Warrior'.
The 'Tik Tok' singer recorded a song with the legendary Iggy & The Stooges frontman for her second studio album, and says he was "flattered" that he wanted to put his name next to a song with her.
"Insane. It was like the best day of my life probably," Ke$ha revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "He's such a god to me, that being in the same room as him was emotional.
"It was amazing because, for me, saying something nice about someone, that's being polite," Ke$ha explained. "But to actually with someone that's putting both of your names and making a piece of art together, and you kind of have to respect one another for that."
"So I obviously respect the hell out of him, but for him to respect me enough to actually put his name on something and collaborate with me was incredibly flattering as an artist," Ke$ha added.
The US star recently revealed her music video for new single 'Die Young' sees her taking on the role of a cult leader as the end of the world approaches.
Watch Ke$ha talking to Capital about getting to record a collaboration with Iggy Pop for her new album below:
Ke$ha is set to release her second album 'Warrior' on 4th December.