The tracks are the first solo music the pop star has released since her 2012 album Warrior.
Though Denver's court system somehow managed to assemble a jury who'd maybe never listened to Taylor Swift for her groping trial this past week, the whole world seemed to know that the sketches that emerged from the courtroom bore little to no resemblance to the pop star—other than her preference for Peter Pan collars.
Indeed, the real artist behind the sketch was Jeff Kandyba, but some joked that it was likely instead Katheryn Hudson—the birth name of Swift's nemesis, Katy Perry.
It’s a song about learning to be proud of the person you are even during low moments when you feel alone.
On Kesha’s new singles, “Praying,” “Woman,” and “Learn to Let Go,” she sounds liberated.
She didn’t, as far as I know, have any label backing at that moment. So a lot of my gig was making what would have normally been a $125,000 recording session into $10,000.
We made [title track "Rainbow"] really, really cheap.” Folds stressed that while working on the song, he didn’t know what it would ultimately be used for. However, despite now prepping for the release of a new album, Dr. 🌈🙏🏽🌈 A post shared by Kesha (@iiswhoiis) on Part of Kesha’s legal battle has revolved around the fact that she claims that she has been unable to release any new music in years and has been prevented from doing so by Gottwald.“I didn’t really know if it would be released at all, frankly.” Some of the songs that were recorded for the album may have been written long before the 2016 sessions.Folds claims “Rainbow” was written while Kesha was in rehab, which would date it to 2014.I’ve found what I had thought was an unobtainable place of peace,” she wrote.