Kesha Opens Up About Her New Music And L.A. Pride Performance
Kesha isn’t letting a little (ok, a lot) of legal action halt her creativity. “I’ve been writing songs like all day, all night,” she said in a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest this morning (June 11). “I have a couple surprises coming up, but I can’t tell you. I’m writing about boys, and heartbreak, and love, and the good times, the bad times, the hard times — all of it.” Sounds promising.
The 28-year-old also spilled the beans on her upcoming performance at L.A. Pride on Saturday. “I have so many things up my sleeve for Pride,” the “Timber” hitmaker revealed. “It’s going to be so fun. I can’t wait! I feel like my life is kind of like a Pride all the time. So I just can’t wait to celebrate it with tons and tons of people.” And what can we expect from her show? “[A] 30-foot rainbow and lots of topless dancers.”
It’s great that Kesha is working on new music even though it’s going to be hard to release given that she’s suing her record label. A mixtape or similar SoundCloud release could be one way around that. She posted (and then deleted) artwork for a new song called “Child Of The Moon” yesterday, so it could happen. The pop diva spoke about that track in an interview with Teen Vogue last year, saying: “It has a Stevie Nicks-witchy vibe. I’m making songs that are really weird, and they make me happy again.”
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[Via On Air With Ryan Seacrest].
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