Although I’ve received some flack for it in the past, I’ve always been living for Kesha. She can write, she can sing, and she’s a great representation of the weird misfit creative kids from my generation (I just asked Siri, who knew the girl was 30?!)
After her horrendous battle with Dr.Luke for his repeated assaults on her followed by the rieisuclous rulings by the courts, she had to record work with him to get out of her contract (I think.) Yes, I’m the first to admit that the video its a little dramatic but she’s kind of been through some heavy shit. The song totally has potential to be an anthem, of sorts, for people who have suffered abuse, of any kind.
Oh, so y’all wanna talk about a comeback single? Because Ms. Kesha Rose has pretty much set the new bar. That note at the end? Yaaaaas queeen!
I am very curious to see what path her music takes, now that she’s not being pumped through the pop music processor. Her party tracks were a good time but like, the girl collaborated with Iggy Pop. And it was good.
In any case, it’s good to see her back. And there is a lot of serious shade in those lyrics. No secret who she talkin’ to.