Kesha takes the High Road
Kesha’s new album – High Road – is out, and today she’s dropped the video to the title track.
We’ve got this on repeat.
Featuring the vocals of Sturgill Simpson, Brian Wilson, and Wrabel, Resentment is another example of how Kesha able to jump genres and still sound authentic and honest.
Showcasing gentle vocals from Kesha, the lyrics of Resentment tell of a damaged loved. It’s the kind of emotional sucker-punch that any Country music diva would kill for.
My Own Dance
Working in collaboration with John Hill, Justin Tranter, and Dan Reynolds, Kesha wrote My Own Dance to explore the importance of reconciling the many facets of who you are, embracing your multitudes, and learning how to create your own unique dance through life.
The video, directed by Allie Avital, gives us Kesha going on an absurdist jaunt through the world’s craziest apartment complex in search of a box of magic cereal. It’s colourful, choreographed and complete with rooms of partying men in masks, solo cups, bodybuilders, lingerie-clad dancers wearing animal heads and gas-masks, two blank-faced young girls giving major The Shining vibes, and a kiddie pool full of milk and cereal.