“Woman” is a funk-infused country/rock jam, lyrically exploding with female empowerment. The second release from her album Rainbow, it follows the uplifting lead single “Praying.”
Kesha wrote and recorded the track with Wrabel and Drew Pearson. Afterwards, she headed to the Brooklyn studio of the Dap-Kings to let their horn section inject it with their “soul-funk sound.”
Kesha penned an essay detailing the song’s background and released it through Rolling Stone to coincide with its release.
Similar to “Praying,” the music video premiered alongside the song.
"I just really fucking love being a woman and I wanted an anthem for anyone else who wants to yell about being self-sufficient and strong.
To me, the thing I’m most proud of is that the song and video never lost the pure joy from the day it was birthed."
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