Pop star Kesha has dropped hints about upcoming music, leaving fans waiting for the details. The singer was recently spotted in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven in Los Angeles, donning a cowboy hat and flashing a smile while holding up a cardboard sign bearing the handwritten message, “NEW MUSIC COMING SOON!“
This low-key announcement follows Kesha’s recent departure from record labels Kemosabe and RCA Records, as well as Vector Management, after concluding her legal battle with producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald in June. The singer’s public declaration of freedom, stating, “I’m free, I can do what I want!” during a fan encounter in December, hinted at a new chapter in her career.
Recent social media posts from Kesha provide glimpses into her time spent in recording studios, strongly suggesting that the “Tik Tok” performer has been diligently working on fresh material. Last month, the reports claimed about the amicable end of Kesha’s contract with Gottwald’s Kemosabe label, distributed through RCA Records, and her departure from Vector Management.
In June, Kesha and Lukasz Gottwald reached a settlement in his defamation lawsuit against her, nearly a decade after the artist first sued him, alleging sexual, emotional, and physical abuse. Both parties released statements on Instagram, with Kesha expressing her inability to recount the alleged abuse details, while Gottwald wished her well and continued to deny the accusations.
Kesha’s latest album, “Gag Order,” released in May, focuses on her struggles over the past few years. In a recent interview, she shared her satisfaction with the album, describing it as a more emotional journey. She expressed a sense of peace and completeness, believing that “Gag Order” provides a comprehensive view of who she is as an artist and person.