Album: Cannibal (2010)
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  • This electro bumping club track is a cut from Kesha's EP Cannibal. The disc was released both on its own and bundled with the singer's Animal, record in a deluxe reissue. The song was released as the third promotional single on November 12, 2010 in the run up to the release of the EP.
  • Vocally the song uses snippets of Kesha's yodeling, combined with heavy use of auto-tune. Lyrically it finds the singer and her friends getting ready to party in a crash pad that has "dirt and glitter" covering the floor.
  • The song's music video was directed by Chris Marrs Piliero and co-stars Dawson's Creek actor James Van Der Beek as Kesha's nemesis. During their laser fight in the dance hall, hard-partying unicorns get caught in the crossfire. Said Van Der Beek to Entertainment Weekly: "I think the more you try to come up with a logical explanation for it, the more frustrated you're gonna get. Just kick back and enjoy. The credit for anything you like about the video has to go to the director, Chris Marrs. He came up with the concept, wrote the dialogue, shot it…"
  • Kesha performed this song on the Nickelodeon show Victorious in an episode that aired April 22, 2011. On the show, the main character Tori wins a private concert with Kesha, who performs the song and blasts her with her trademark glitter.
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  • Joel from Laguna Hills, CaKe$ha guest starred on Victorious and performed this song.
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