Kesha is hoping to ride to the top of Pop charts with her fourth studio effort, ‘High Road.’
Released courtesy of Kemosabe/RCA Records, the 16-track album – which was preceded by “Raising Hell” (featuring Big Freedia), “My Own Dance,” “Resentment” (featuring Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson, and Wrabel) and “Tonight” – hit digital shelves on January 31.
Battling the likes of Meghan Trainor, Lil Wayne, and more for Billboard 200’s top spot, ‘High Road’ – which follows 2017’s chart-topping ‘Rainbow’ – comes as a return to form for the Pop singer whose biggest hits were tinged with EDM.
Will the sonic reversal be just what the diva needs to push forward to #1? Listen inside and let us know:
This young lady actually has slept in talent. The album was a pleasant surprise. It’s a good pop album. She has a few songs that could be hits. Well done and I feel bad her career took a pause due to the drama. Welcome back.