Kesha Marks a Very Special Independence Day with New Single ‘Joyride’: Stream It Now



Perron Roetinger

Kesha is commemorating freedom and justice for all with the Independence Day launch of her brand-new solitary “Joyride,” the celebrity’s initial track because being released from her agreement with Kemosabe Records in December.

Dropping very early Thursday (July 4) early morning, the summer-ready track functions Kesha reviewing her EDM-pop trademark noise from the 2010s while insisting her right to take specifically what she desires without forging any kind of smiles. “Don’t even try to give me s–t/ I’ve earned the right to be like this,” she sings over a fancy club beat. “Joy ride, joy ride/ I’m just looking for a good time tonight.”

The 37-year-old singer-songwriter hasn’t went down songs because 2023’s Gag Order, which was her last legal launch withKemosabe It’s likewise her initial job because resolving her almost decade-long libel legal action with the tag’s creator,Dr Luke whom she implicated of sex-related, physical, and psychological misuse in 2014.

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“I haven’t felt this free since I was 18,” Kesha composed in a December TikTok message, soon after it was initially reported that her agreement had actually been met.

The “We R Who We R” vocalist has actually been teasing “Joy Ride” for days leading up to its launch, sharing campy videos of her worn a red leotard at a filling station to advertise the track. One of the articles disclosed that the track exists by “Kesha Records.”

The artist likewise provided “Joyride” its live debut in advance of its main arrival, playing the track for her target market at New York City’s Planet Pride Saturday (June 29). “Good news: I’m a free motherf–king woman,” she stated prior to beginning the track. “And do you know what I want to do? I kinda wanna play my first song in almost 20 f–king years … as a free motherf–king woman.”

Stream Kesha’s “Joyride” listed below.



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