Pop singer Ke$ha's newest single We R Who We R is dedicated to gay teens.

The first song off her upcoming mini album Cannibal was released on the Internet on Thursday and the 23-year-old singer-songwriter told EW.com that it was inspired in part by the recent spate of gay teens bullied to death.

“I wanted to inspire people,” she said, “to be themselves. It's a celebration of any sort of quirks or eccentricities.”

Ke$ha was one of the first celebrities to produce a video for the It Gets Better campaign, which reaches out to troubled gay teens contemplating suicide.

“No matter if you are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, however you are choosing to live is beautiful and you have my full support and all of my love. And be yourself and it will get better,” an emotional Ke$ha says in the video. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Cannibal will feature 9 tracks and drops November 22.

Openly gay celebrities who have also joined the campaign include Project Runway celebrity judge Tim Gunn, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris and former 'NSYNCer Lance Bass.