Kesha's team reached out to Zedd to make sure the offer still stands.
His message was heard loud and clear by Kesha's team, who reached out to Zedd to confirm the offer was legit.
"Her team actually hit us back confirming that I was serious about it, which is really cool," Zedd said. "I'm obviously very serious about it, so maybe something will happen. Maybe there's something I can do. Maybe we can do some music. Nothing I can say right now, but it would be cool. All I know is that she's in a very rough position and if there's anything I can ever do to help I'll always be happy to do that."
Are you here for a collabo between Kesha and Zedd?
Zedd's a man of his word.The Monday after a judge denied Kesha's injunction to record outside of Sony and away from Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records, producer Zedd shot Kesha a Tweet saying he'd be willing to work with her when the time is right, writing "very very sorry to hear about the whole situation. I'll be happy to produce a song for you if you want my help." "I just read an article about [the case], literally right before I made the tweet because I didn't know her personally," Zedd told ETonline. "I thought sending a tweet was kind of the best way to get in touch with her. The only thing I can really do to help is produce songs and that's what I offered," he added.
@KeshaRose very very sorry to hear about the whole situation. I'll be happy to produce a song for you if you want my help.— Zedd (@Zedd) February 22, 2016