Kesha opens up to New York Times Magazine about the hard times she faced at the beginning of her career and mentions the ones that she still deals with.
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For her first album ‘Animal’, Kesha claims music executives exclusive goal was to make the most cash out of her fun side. “I was like, I am fun, but I’m a lot of other things.” she adds to New York Times. At the time, she assures that Dr. Luke told her fun was all she was going to be for her first record. She clarifies his request: “I remember specifically him saying: ‘Make it more dumb. Make it more stupid. Make it more simple, just dumb.” (NYT) And so we got her main hit TIK TOK.
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This past August, Kesha released her sexual assault and abuse lawsuit in California against Dr. Luke. She is still following up her appeal and other legal claims in New York but her main target, according to her legal counsel is to “get back to work.”
During that time, her legal counsel affirms that Kesha had given 28 brand new songs to Sony, which owns Kemosabe– Dr.Luke record label. Kesha has not been able to deliver any new music since 2012’s Warrior and claims all her released songs in the past doesn’t represent her at all. According to the NYT, Dr. Luke has denied all type of allegations through his reps.
After the article was published Kesha went to Instagram to thank the magazine:
thank you to the New York Times for shedding light on my life and legal situation. there’s nothing harder than dreaming and working and fighting for something your whole entire life, since you were 3 years old, since you could speak. and you FINALLY achieve it. and then have someone else take it away from you. my heart has a giant hole in it and is literally aching and throbbing from sadness and loss. imagine someone owning your voice… and not letting you sing. singing is how I have dealt with everything in my life. and my right has been taken away.
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