Kesha is one of the most well known Pop artists today. Her music has been viewed on YouTube more than 1 billion times, Kesha is an American singer-songwriter. Kesha rose to fame in 2009 with her debut album, ‘Animal’. Kesha’s songs are known for their interesting lyrics and catchy tunes. Kesha is not afraid to speak out about what she feels or talk about things that might be considered taboo. Kesha was born Kesha Rose Sebert on March 1, 1987. Kesha grew up in Nashville, Tennessee where she was home schooled and attended an arts school. Kesha’s first album was a top ten hit in six countries singles charts, as well as peaking at number one in the United States Billboard Hot 100 chart. Kesha has been very open about her struggles with an eating disorder and self harm. Kesha’s second album ‘Warrior’ was released on December 23, 2012. Kesha is still very active in the music business and has been working on a third studio album. Kesha announced via Twitter that she had finished writing her first single for her new album. Kesha’s latest single ‘Die Young’ was released on October 9, 2012. Kesha is currently working on her new album and on several side projects, including an appearance on Pitbull’s single ‘Timber’ which Kesha wrote alongside Pitbull and fun.’s lead singer Nate Ruess. Kesha has had a lot of success with her previous albums, so it will be interesting to see how Kesha’s new album turns out. Kesha is a great role model for many people as Kesha speaks her mind and stands up for herself. Kesha wrote the song ‘We R Who We R’ as a way to express pride in individualism and self expression, as well as it being a coming out anthem about Kesha’s sexuality. Kesha is known for her funny and catchy songs, but Kesha shows a different side in Kesha’s song We R Who We R. Kesha wrote the song, We R Who We R about Kesha’s struggle with accepting herself and standing up to what society expects of Kesha. Kesha was inspired to write this song after Kesha had watched the movie ‘Tangled’, where Kesha thought the song was about feeling like an outsider with everyone else. Kesha wrote this song as Kesha’s way of saying that Kesha is proud to be herself and doesn’t care what other people think of Kesha.
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