Like several of her prior empowering offerings, the American artist conveys hope through lyrics that encourage listeners to take life day-by-day and keep pushing forward regardless of setbacks.
“Back in the days I listened to all Kesha’s track [sic], so when she approached me with the idea for the track Stronger I was very excited,” Feldt wrote in the video’s description. “The message Kesha sends with the track is really inspiring and super relevant in these turbulent times. That’s why I knew I had to be part of this message. I started on the production right away and tried to create the right balance between the emotional but so inspiring message and the uplifting and hopeful beat.”
As the song’s title suggests, the accompanying video finds the 33-year-old songstress battling herself in a boxing ring, with Feldt playing both the judge and announcer. As the two well-dressed warrior Keshas fight it out (one representing good, and other other, evil), the rounds get increasingly intense, ending with the heroine and protagonist shooting each other in classic colonial dual style.
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