Kesha’s new album takes shape.
The pop star confirmed to Billboard the untitled record is still in the creation stages, but will reportedly feature some major heavy hitters.
For her followup, Kesha enlisted the talents of Jeff Bhasker (Harry Styles, Bruno Mars), Macklemore’s Ryan Lewis (“Praying,” “Good Old Days”), Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds, Justin Tranter (Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez), Tayla Parx (Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next) and fun.’s Nate Ruess. Whew!
“While writing my new album, I seemed to lose track of all of my f–ks,” Kesha said.
Billboard claims the album will be reminiscent of her “Tik Tok” days and describes it as “uptempo.” That sounds like a stark contrast from the sweeping ballads and refreshing pop rock anthems featured on 2017’s Rainbow. Some of the record touched on her nasty, on-going legal battle with producer Dr. Luke.
Kesha didn’t divulge too much about the new LP, but added: “I have danced a lot while making this one and cried some tears. I’m not sure what genre it is. Y’all will have to tell me.”