Photo: Jeff Denberg

Kesha Regains Ownership Of Her Voice

On Wednesday (3.06,) Kesha cried as she played a clip of her new song on Instagram Live.

Now 37 years old, the superstar singer (born Kesha Rose Sebert) shed happy tears as she celebrated “owning her voice” for the first time in almost two decades.

Having released last year’s ‘Gag Order’ LP, the chanteuse treated endusers to a preview of the unnamed new track and also sent fans to her website to sign up for information regarding her new era.

Writing “First day I’ve owned my voice in 19 years,” Kesha also posted to her Instagram Story”

Distributed by RCA Records, Kesha departed Dr Luke’s Kemosabe label in December, six months after her protracted legal battle with the producer came to an end, she’s now excited about her “brand new and very exciting chapter.”

In an interview with V magazine, the singer said “There is a day – although I won’t say the day – but there is a day marked on my calendar when I am free to release music.” “So just know that she is out here in the woods writing and singing till four in the morning, ferociously. I am being a feral wild woman out here. So just know that.” “I’ll say this: I’ve never felt happier, more excited, more at peace and had such a purpose in my entire life. And I feel like I have earned the right to be this happy for sure. So letting that be…I am loving every minute of what feels like a brand-new and very exciting chapter.”

Years after she filed a lawsuit accusing Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald (aka Dr Luke) of drugging and raping her after a party in 2005, Kesha and the now 50-year old music producer were been locked in a legal dispute, prompting the music executive – who denied the allegation – to file a defamation case.

In June of 2023, after some ten years and just weeks before they were set to go to trial, the plaintiff and the defendant settled out of court after nearly 10 years. And, in a joint statement shared on Kesha’s Instagram stories: “Kesha and Dr Luke have agreed to a resolution of the lawsuit, and have agreed to issue and post a joint statement regarding that resolution.”

Including two separate statements from the pair, the post included:

Kesha, (formerly known as Ke$ha) said: “Only God knows what happened that night. As I have always said, I cannot recount everything that happened.” “I am looking forward to closing the door on this chapter of my life and beginning a new one. “I wish nothing but peace to all parties involved.”

In his statement below Kesha’s message, Dr. Luke maintained his innocence.

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Author: Saul Goode

Photo: Jeff Denberg