This is a good sign.
Previous reports claimed Sony cut ties with Dr. Luke. It wasn't clear what that meant for Kesha, but on the surface it appeared that the pop star had more freedom to record new music. An update elsewhere clarified Sony did not drop Luke, rather, demoted his position. It's unclear what the actual situation is, but both are wins for Kesha.
Despite having recorded more than 70 new songs, the "We R Who We R" singer is still hitting the studio... hard. She shared a photo early Thursday morning with a new snap.
As it stands, she has reportedly teamed up with OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, producer Ricky Reed, songwriter Justin Tranter, the Eagles of Death Metal, Macklemore and Beyonce's producer Boots.
I know this isn't much, but in the world of Kesha... something is everything.