Kesha calls out “Rich, White, Straight, Men” on new song

She’s had enough.

On Sunday night, Kesha casually released a new song on her YouTube channel. Titled “Rich, White, Straight, Men,” the fresh track lays out the singer’s vision of a post-patriarchal world.

Kesha sings over a cartoonish production of carnival-esque horns, the sound of coins hitting the ground and the ring of a cash register. “And if you are a boy who loves a boy / You’ll get a wedding cake and all / And if you are a lady and you do your lady work / Then you will make as many dollars as the boys, not just two thirds,” she sings.

“Rich, White, Straight, Men” is Kesha’s first release of the year and follows last September’s “Here Comes the Change,” which was on the soundtrack for the film On the Basis of Sex.

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