Kesha is impacting the dance music scene with her liberating power anthem “Woman”.

“Woman” arrives as a Debut on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart (dated October 7). The track appears off 30-year-old singer’s new album Rainbow released on RCA Records, her first solo release since 2013. Grammy Award winning DJ Dave Audé takes on remixing duties of the funk-laden song, which features horns from The Dap-Kings.

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Originally released in July, Kesha penned an essay for Rolling Stone about the emotional creation process of the soul-pop anthem.

“I realized that for most of my life I was intimidated to even try and run in the leagues of the people I look up to. With “Woman,” I hope my fans will hear that wild spirit still strong inside me but this time it was created more raw, spontaneously and with all live instrumentation, which I found was a huge reason I loved the records I did love. There were one or two or 12 different people playing real instruments together, and all that real human energy is exciting and very fun to listen to. I wanted this song to capture that organic, raw, soulful sound and keep the imperfect moments in the recordings because I find the magic in the imperfections.”

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