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She stated that she was concerned with today's society, criticizing the fact that people have to hide themselves and pretend to be someone other than who they are.

Regarding her music she said that it was not for everyone, claiming that she is a misfit in society and not everyone understands her or what she stands for.

It also attained top-five positions on the Canadian, Japanese, and New Zealand charts.

The song became Kesha's fifth consecutive solo top ten hit in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Kesha's vocals have been described as a talk-singing style that use layered Auto-Tune in some parts and vocoders.

The song has been compared to her debut single "Tik Tok" (2009), as it has a similar musical structure.

Hawgood compared the song to the likes of Taylor Swift, Pink, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga, all of which "represent a new wave of young (and mostly straight) women who are providing the soundtrack for a generation of gay fans coming to terms with their identity in a time of turbulent and confusing cultural messages." Hyden reviewed the song alongside fellow editor Genevieve Koski in a separate publication, giving the song a B and a D , respectively.

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"We R Who We R" is a song by American singer Kesha from her first extended play (EP), Cannibal (2010). In the wake of news that bullying had led to multiple suicides of gay youth, Kesha wrote the song in hopes that it would become a pride anthem.

It’s often hard to tell when her singing voice ends and the Vocoder processing kicks in." In the same week the song ranked at number one on Billboard's Digital Songs chart.

On the Mainstream Top 40 airplay chart the song rose in airplay 124%, when compared to the previous week, and jumped from 36 to 23 on that week's chart.