Kesha Embraces Inner Peace and Freedom in Releasing New Music: “I’ve Earned the Right to Be This Happy”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The pop star revealed to ‘V Magazine’ her intention to unveil new music later this year.

Kesha expressed her current state of unparalleled happiness, describing it as a “brand-new and very exciting chapter” in her career.

In an interview with V Magazine, the 36-year-old pop star shared her perspective just two months after parting ways with record labels Kemosabe and RCA Records, along with Vector Management.

Hinting at a significant upcoming milestone for her music release plans, Kesha tantalizingly remarked to the publication, “I’ll say … to all my fans, all my animals, this has been a ride. I’ll say that there is a day — although I won’t say the day — but there is a day marked on my calendar when I am free to release music.”

She further elaborated, “So just know that she is out here in the woods writing and singing till four in the morning, ferociously. I am being a feral wild woman out here. So just know that.”

When questioned about her future in the music industry, Kesha, who revealed that she had penned “somewhere between seven and 10 songs” while teaching a songwriting course at the Esalen Institute, offered insight into her current perspective.

She articulated her current mindset, stating, “I’ll say this: I’ve never felt happier, more excited, more at peace and had such a purpose in my entire life.”

“And I feel like I have earned the right to be this happy for sure. So letting that be … I am loving every minute of what feels like a brand-new and very exciting chapter,” she elaborated.

The new chapter in Kesha’s career unfolds in the aftermath of her legal dispute with producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, which concluded in June, coinciding with the termination of her contract with Gottwald’s Kemosabe label, distributed through RCA Records.

Last year, Kesha also reportedly parted ways “amicably” with Vector Management and subsequently signed with Crush Management earlier this month.

In June 2023, Kesha and Gottwald, aged 50, reached a resolution for his defamation lawsuit out of court. This came nearly a decade after the Grammy winner sued Gottwald, alleging sexual, emotional, and physical abuse. Both parties released statements last year regarding the settlement.

“Only God knows what happened that night. As I have always said, I cannot recount everything that happened,” Kesha stated. “I am looking forward to closing the door on this chapter of my life and beginning a new one. I wish nothing but peace to all parties involved.”

Previously, Kesha sued Gottwald over claims of drugging and sexual assault in 2005. In 2016, her claims were dismissed by a judge. Gottwald reiterated his denial of the allegations last year and expressed well wishes towards Kesha in his 2023 statement.

“At the time, Gottwald wrote, “While I appreciate Kesha again acknowledging that she cannot recount what happened that night in 2005, I am absolutely certain that nothing happened.”

In recent months, Kesha has been dropping hints about her upcoming music, showcasing her excitement with some creative DIY signage. Last month, she was spotted in a Los Angeles 7-Eleven parking lot holding a handwritten sign that boldly proclaimed “NEW MUSIC COMING SOON!” Additionally, Kesha has been active on social media, sharing several photos and videos from her recording studio sessions.

In February, Kesha continued to tease her fans by enlisting the help of friends Kyle Richards and Morgan Wade, as they joined her in holding up another homemade sign. This one featured the tantalizing lyric “Freedom I’ve been waiting for you,” later confirmed by Kesha to be from a new song.

Kesha’s most recent album, “Gag Order,” was released in May 2023, making her forthcoming music highly anticipated by fans eager for more of her distinctive sound.