Kesha Returns To Stage Since Partially Ending Dr. Luke Legal Issues; New Music Coming Soon?

Source: Morguefile/DMedina

Source: Morguefile/DMedina

Kesha has finally returned to the stage.

Over the weekend, Kesha and the Creepies performed an intimate set in Atlantic City, N.J. as part of their F**k the World tour.

During the show, the pop star performed some of her biggest hits, including Your Love Is My Drug and Tik Tok. However, the most memorable part of the evening may have come from the numerous covers. One, specifically, was Bob Dylan’s I Shall Be Released, which is posted below.

The song seemed fitting for her current situation. For almost two years, Kesha has battled producer Dr. Luke in a heated lawsuit. She claims that during their 10 years working together, he sexually assaulted her and even slipped her date rape drugs. She asked to be released from her contract with the producer, but the judge in the case rejected her claims against him.

As previously reported, Kesha recently dropped most of the claims in California, but she will continue to pursue her appeal in New York, where her claims against Dr. Luke were rejected.

She is hoping this can speed up the process of releasing her highly-anticipated third album.

“Kesha is focused on getting back to work and has delivered 28 new songs to the record label,” Kesha’s lawyer said in a statement to E! News. “We have conveyed to Sony and the label Kesha’s strong desire to release her next album and single as soon as possible.”

No matter what happens next, Kesha’s fans are ecstatic to see her back on stage. She, herself, is happy too, since she referred to her show in Atlantic City as the most “satisfying show” she has ever done.

This entry was posted in Blazing Topics, Entertainment, Entertainment News, Hot Trending Topics, Music and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.
You are not authorized to see this part
Please, insert a valid App IDotherwise your plugin won't work.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *