Kesha released 'Backstabber' on her 2010 debut, 'Animal,' and now a video for the song, which had been rumored to exist, has leaked on the Web.

Information about the clip is scarce, but we're guessing the song was a single contender at one point, calling for the production. However, when that idea was scrapped, so was the video. Photos from the shoot surfaced in May, but the video for the song had yet to be unearthed until now.

'Backstabber' shows Kesha retaliating against an antagonizer, who steals her ride while she's using a pay phone. The styling and choreography of the video shows the pop star in all her glam glory, and offers a yesteryear glimpse at the 24-year-old singer.

Kesha's meteoric fame was largely due to singles like 'Tik Tok,' 'Blah Blah Blah' and 'Your Love Is My Drug,' which helped the singer's debut hit platinum-selling status. Since then, the Nashville native has released a remix record and EP called 'Cannibal,' which was certified gold in the U.S.

Kesha is scheduled to perform in San Paolo, Brazil on Sept. 28, one night before appearing at the Rock in Rio festival on Sept. 29. She is currently working on her sophomore album, which is reportedly due out in May.

Watch the Kesha 'Backstabber' Video