Listen up everyone (that's everyone who loves music)
As a 1D blog with mostly 1D fans following me I realise that many people are currently supporting Zedd and Liam with their new song. But as you might have noticed Kesha also released a new song called Praying today. @thosedamnbears said the following thing that got me thinking: “I wish she had fans like the larries, she’s an artist who could use a project like we do!”. And she was absolutely right. As fans of 1D/Larries we accomplish a lot in our own bubble, which is fantastic.
Now I was thinking maybe we could everyone together to support Kesha and start of a new part of her career with a bang. This would involve many people buying her song and if possible stream it as well. I’m not necessarily organizing a project, but I’m calling to everyone who loves music to support her. This goes beyond the Larries and even beyond 1D fans.
I think if anyone unrelated to 1D deserves some support it’s Kesha. So please go and listen and download her song.
P.S. I hope Liam/1D fans won’t think I’m trying to sabotage the success of Get Low. I love the song and will support it as best as I can. But I think our fandom and the music industry are big enough to give attention to 2 songs.
P.P.S. If you’re not able/don’t want to listen to the song. At least try sharing it on social media this will also help a lot. Anything you can do is fine. Chose whatever works for you
P.P.P.S I’m on mobile, so sorry for the ugly links
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