Lest fans worry that current self-acceptance smash ”We R Who We R” has turned her soft, Cannibal, the swift follow-up to her massive debut, Animal, is no retreat. Her herky-jerky rhymes still sound like they came from the bathroom wall of a reform-school kindergarten, and the beats are as el cheapo electro as ever. Indeed, when she starts rhyming ”famous” with a back-end body part (on the title track) and mocking a sensitive dude?s ”mangina” (on the taunting ”Grow a Pear”), Cannibal does have a sulfurous end-of-days whiff about it. As Armageddon parties go, though, this one should leave plenty of sweat and confetti on the dance floor. B+
CannibalLest fans worry that current self-acceptance smash ''We R Who We R'' has turned her soft, Cannibal, the swift follow-up to her massive...CannibalPopLest fans worry that current self-acceptance smash ''We R Who We R'' has turned her soft, Cannibal, the swift follow-up to her massive...2010-11-17
CRAZY BEAUTIFUL LIFE Ke$ha
Genre: Pop; Status: In Season
Posted November 17 2010 — 12:00 AM EST
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