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Album Review

Taking a cue from Lady Gaga's The Fame Monster, Kesha's Cannibal is a mini-LP released on its own, and also tacked onto her debut, Animal, which has been squeezed dry of hits. Cannibal is expressly designed to rectify that situation, amplifying every element of Kesha's persona — the singsong hooks, the relentless Dr. Luke loops, the squeaked sleazy rhymes, the defiantly transparent Auto-Tune slathered on every track. Despite a tacked-on unnecessary remix of “Animal,” there is no slowing of momentum on Cannibal, no time spent on meaningless self-reflection — it’s just relentless, pulsating trash, its unapologetic vulgarity chipping away at your better impulses. Kesha is either smart or shameless enough — ultimately the difference doesn’t really matter — to realize her calling card is her unrepentant filthiness, so she taunts that she’ll “C U Next Tuesday,” teases that this place is about to “Blow,” raves that “the beat so fat gonna make me come” on the appropriately titled “Sleazy,” then far eclipses Katy Perry's malicious “Ur so Gay” on the nasty “Grow a Pear.” Sure, Max Martin's hooks and especially Dr. Luke's neon-colored throb push these tunes into your head — they’re in top form, aided by the tight focus of an eight-track EP, Cannibal's brevity trumping the scattershot Animal — but what makes them stick is Kesha. She’s all ravenous id, spitting at strangers and backstabbing friends, humiliating hotties, and laughing at the wreckage in her wake. She is who she is and she offers no apologies.

Customer Reviews

I love her.

I guess I love to hate her. Her songs are pointless and her voice is fake, but all her songs are sooo catchy!


Amazing album. Here is the album review:

We R who We R (5/5) Awesome beat, really cool to just rock out and the lyrics are not that bad and its really enjoyable.

Sleazy (4.5/5) Love the beat, the song is kinda funny in Ke$ha's way, the lyrics were... Sleazy lol but it's really cool and her rapping is sick!

Cannibal (5/5) EPIC,yes the song is about eating boys so it's weird but the chorus and the bridge is plain awesome and it really deserves to be the tittle of the album.

Blow (5/5) Techno all the way, some lyrics but not a lot but the song is enjoyable and perfect for a club.

The Harold Song (5/5) Its like "Blind" and it's really nice and soft and great to chillax and the chorus is a killer! The lyrics are very amazing and you can hear Ke$ha's voice without the auto-tune.

Crazy Beautiful Life (5/5) It may be considered like a "party" song but it has a decent beat that you can enjoy even though there are some curses but it's really a great song, probably one of the best songs in the album.

Grow A Pear (4/5) A love/hate song about a "girly" guy in her life but it's really enjoyable if you hate your ex lol

C U Next Tuesday (4/5) haha weirdly it reminded me a "Lazy Town" song haha but it's just another song about a guy but the beat is phenomenal and it's really smooth.

Animal Billboard Remix (4.5/5) Amazing ending to this amazing album. The song sounds more "Mature" with this remix and it's really good! Really nice remix and it makes justice to the original song which is AMAZING!

Opinion: This album left me wanting for more so it was really good, if you are a Ke$ha fan or not, give this a chance, she deserves more than people say, she's not trash, she's just unique. Amazing album, really, buy it.

Ke$ha can officially do no wrong.

Cannibal is full of what Ke$ha fans have been waiting for: pure amazingness.
She. Is. Flaw. Less.


Born: March 1, 1987 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A brash and driven pop singer/songwriter, Ke$ha (Kesha Rose Sebert) was born in Los Angeles but moved at the age of four to Nashville, where her mother — a longtime songwriter — had inked a publishing deal. (Over a decade prior to that, Pebe Sebert's biggest success had come with "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You," originally recorded by Joe Sun and later by Dolly Parton.) Before finishing high school, Kesha returned to L.A. for the sake of jump-starting her own music career, despite...
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Cannibal, Ke$ha
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Hip-Hop/Rap, Rap, Dance, Electronic, Rock, R&B/Soul
  • Released: Nov 19, 2010

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