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“Praying” -Final

Hello and welcome back to protest anthems, the podcast about all things music, social justice, and protests. In 2017 for the first time in over four years Kesha finally broke her silence and released a new single called “Praying.” As… Continue Reading →

“Praying” First Audio   Things that I like are the structure. I like the way it is set up and the order that everything is discussed. I also like the audio clips that I have chosen to include. I think they help… Continue Reading →

“Praying” Lineage

“Praying” by Kesha is a song that upholds women’s empowerment and getting through hard times. Many artists alongside Kesha have released songs that speak up about these same injustices. Kesha released this song after four years of not being able… Continue Reading →

“Praying” Fourth Listen

In Kesha’s new album Rainbow the album that “Praying” is on is all about her difficult experiences and how she has grown from them. In “Praying” she discuss women’s liberation and women’s empowerment. Through this song Kesha gives subtle social… Continue Reading →

“Praying”- Third Listen

Kesha’s song “Praying” would fall under the genre of pop. “Praying” is different than the typical Kesha style that everyone is used to. She is known for her dance-pop or electronic pop style of music but this song is different…. Continue Reading →

“Praying”- Second Listen

After listening to “Praying” more and focusing on what the lyrics are saying it will be interesting to learn more about the song. In 2017 Kesha released her new song “Praying” as the single on her album Rainbow. This was… Continue Reading →


The song that I plan on investigating for my podcast is “Praying” by Kesha. I am interested to see what I am going to learn about this song because as of now I don’t know much. I had heard this… Continue Reading →

If I Were a Boy and Born This Way

When I first learned about this project my first thought was I have no idea what I am going to do and I don’t know any protest or social justice related songs. As I started thinking more and more about… Continue Reading →

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