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Kesha drops first album in 3 years, ‘High Road’

It’s been nearly three years since Kesha released her 2017 album, Rainbow, and now, after keeping a relatively low profile in the last year, the Tik Tok singer has dropped a brand new one — High Road.

The 52-minute album features 15 original tracks from the 32-year-old. It includes a number of featured artists, such as Wrabel, Sturgill Simpsons and Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson.

There’s even a track called Kinky that credits “Ke$ha” — Kesha’s former stage name — as a feature.

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High Road is the pop musician’s fourth studio album her decade-spanning career.


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Only hours after its release, the album shot to the No. 1 spot on iTunes in a number of different countries, including the U.S.

For the most part, the reception was phenomenal. According to some of Kesha’s fans, High Road has saved pop music.

Here’s what some Twitter users had to say about High Road:

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“Does [this] mean Kesha is just as relevant now as she was ten years ago?” tweeted one fan. “Maybe so.”


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This spring, Kesha will embark on an extensive North American tour to promote the album.

She’ll stop at Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ont., on June 5.

Additional tour dates and updates can be found through the official Kesha website.

High Road is now available through all major streaming platforms.

adam.wallis@globalnews.ca

© 2020 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

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