(Credit: Circe Baumgartner)
On "Sleazy," Ke$ha shuns her usual Shakespearean iambic pentameter (just kidding!) in exchange for a commendable commitment to fun rhymes like "I don't mean to critique on your seduction technique." By which, she means, she totally will AND in song. You're wild, Ke$ha! Ke$ha effectively launches a campaign against (in this order):
1.) [Your] brand-new benz.
2.) Looking like diamondsssssssss.
3.) [Your] bougie friends.
In contrast to her past selection of dancy club beats, this "you're an a---hole" anthem calls out (we're assuming) a rich dude Ke$ha is over hanging out with. The track boasts a kind of snappy-catchy "London Bridge" meets "Hollaback girl" vibe. "Sleazy" was produced by Bangladesh, whose past work include Beyoncé's "Diva" and "Video Phone," as well as tracks by Ludacris and Nelly.
And by the way, we anticipate quoting "Rat tat tat tat on your dumb dumb drums" in several of our conversations today. As in, "Stop rat tat tat tatting on your dumb dumb drums and return my text!" Just as an example.