Kesha is delivering thick and fast from her upcoming studio album ‘Rainbow’, this week releasing the second cut from the record in the form of the hugely addictive and infectious song, ‘Woman’. Check out the music video for the new single below:
Co-writing the song alongside Drew Pearson and Wrabel, ‘Woman’ features production from Pearson, as well as Brody Brown. Recorded at Brooklyn’s Daptone Records, the song blends genres including jazz, with a guest appearance by The Dap-Kings’ horn section, allowing the listener to tap into the wild spirit that Kesha exudes.
Writing another essay (available on RollingStone.com) which was released alongside the song, Kesha reveals that she discovered a new confidence following her 2016 tour with live band The Creepies, saying that she had to “take control of my voice and in the process I gained a lot of confidence in my vocal ability I’ve never had before”. That confidence is now easy to hear; Kesha is on the top of her game and has never sounded better.
Female empowerment is a running theme amongst the ladies in pop, and it’s great to see Kesha now leading the charge, following her court battles and past that she’s very publicly discussed.
‘Woman’ follows the successful release of her debut single from ‘Rainbow’, which came in the form of ‘Praying’. It saw Kesha reclaim her power and throw herself right back into her art. You can check out the video for that single below:
‘Rainbow’ is officially released on August 11 via Kemosabe Records/RCA Records. ‘Woman’ and first single ‘Praying’ are both available now for download.
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