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Kesha Publicizes New Album Gag Order

Kesha Publicizes New Album Gag Order

Kesha Announces New Album Gag Order

Kesha has readied her fifth album, Gag Order. The Rick Rubin-produced LP arrives Could nineteenth and the primary take a look at the document — two songs referred to as “Eat the Acid” and “High quality Line” — will drop Friday, April twenty eighth.

Kesha govt produced Gag Order alongside Rubin, the legendary Def Jam co-founder and boardsman behind albums by the Purple Sizzling Chili Peppers and Beastie Boys. In a press release, the artist described the “post-pop” document as the results of going through her emotional darkness head-on.

“With out the darkness there is no such thing as a gentle. So I let my darkness have the sunshine. I can’t combat the reality. Life is troublesome and painful. It’s for everybody,” Kesha mentioned. “An artist doesn’t exist to make others comfortable. I imagine an artist provides voice, movement, colour to the feelings all of us have. The great feelings, and the unmanageably fucking depressing ones.”

The album’s title is probably going a reference to Kesha’s authorized battle with producer Dr. Luke. In 2014, she sued the producer for sexual assault, asking the courtroom to interrupt her contract with him. Over a number of years, her instances have been repeatedly dismissed and her appeals to be free of Dr. Luke’s label denied. All the singer’s albums for the reason that authorized battle started — together with Gag Order — have been launched by way of Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Information.

Pre-orders for Gag Order are ongoing, and you may take a look at the album’s art work under. The mission follows Kesha’s 2020 document Excessive HighwaySince then, she’s coated T. Rex’s “Kids of the Revolution” and carried out with Foo Fighters in honor of Taylor Hawkins.

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