Kesha Emotionally Admits New Album Is 'Quite Literally Saving My Life'

  • Kesha Emotionally Admits New Album Is 'Quite Literally Saving My Life'

Kesha Emotionally Admits New Album Is 'Quite Literally Saving My Life'

After three years of legal battles with producer Dr. Luke, Kesha has returned with a new, acclaimed sound and is striking a defiant and liberated tone on the press circuit.

The hitmaker greeted fans before heading in to the morning chat show, turning heads in a lurid green silk suit.

Kesha is all about rainbows, even if she's still weathering a legal storm.

Despite its challenges, Kesha said making her followup to 2012's Warrior helped her cope with her pain. "This song is about coming to feel empathy for someone else even if they hurt you or scare you", she wrote of the single Praying in Lenny Letter. So many emotions all the time right now, ' Sebert replied.

Kesha was in tears during an emotional appearance on Good Morning America in New York City today after she opened up about the release of her newest record, Rainbow.

Rainbow isn't an album for cynics, with almost every song offering a different vision of redemption to listeners.

Kesha also says that in the darkest of moments, we are often forced to turn to something outside our individual selves, turning to prayer. At other points, you clearly aren't: the opening track is unambiguously titled Bastards, there's a splenetic force to the lyrics of Praying and Let 'Em Talk that pushes them into a different realm than the usual pop-star complaints about haters. How has that music, though, helped you through this hard time?' "I think this record has quite literally saved my life", she expressed. "I hope you can hear it and I hope it helps people". She said that she felt so loved, and had so many emotions going through her backstage.

Kesha also revealed that she has covered her house in rainbows and has "like 10" rainbow tattoos now because 'color symbolizes hope'. The artist is set to make her impact known in the music industry after a long hiatus.

A strong fanbase rallied around the singer, particularly as he tried to free herself from her label, Sony. "Nothing changed legally that allowed her to release this album", Lepera said.