"So, the name Kesha is actually a Hungarian family name that [Kesha’s older brother] Lagan would've been named if he had been a girl," the artist explained. "But since he wasn't, the name is actually pronounced Ke-ta-cha in Hungarian. And so, I decided to make it easier and to make it Kesha."
Interesting! I like the sound of it.
Now, we can all stop saying Keisha or Ketchup because that last one really shouldn’t even be a thing.