New Video: Kesha – ‘High Road’

Published: Monday 3rd Feb 2020 by Rashad

Just days ahead of the January 31 release of her fourth studio album, ‘High Road,’ Pop singer Kesha thrilled fans with new song, ‘Tonight’ (as we reported here).

Acclaimed for its sonic resemblance to the tunes of her early days (a la the ‘Animal’ years), many hoped it would be the new era’s next official single and eventually given the video treatment.  While the latter may still be in the deck, the latest card pulled by Kesh is the visual for her LP’s title track.

Produced by Jeff Bhaskher, the chant/sung number shows the 32-year-old hasn’t lost her rapping skills over the years.

“B-I-T-C-H, I’m that bitch you love to hate. S-T-R-8 talk that shit straight to my bank,” Kesha spits. “So aggressive. Passive aggressive. Delete that message and pass me a beverage.”

Look inside for ‘Road’s Magic Seed-directed music video:

Will the clip be just what she needs to lift the predicted first week sales of the LP?  Click here to see our report on that.

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  1. dean February 3, 2020

    throw this entire era away. so upset with it.

    • Only Facts February 3, 2020

      I agree to an extent, but I’m confident that the tour will deliver. I purposely think the label sabotaged this album (specifically Dr. Luke). They couldn’t be obvious and sabotage the rainbow album since that was her comeback, but they sabotaged the singles after praying but not even sending them to radio. Kemosabe/RCA/Luke are wrong for what they’ve done to this girl.

      • Only Facts February 3, 2020

        By not sending them to radio*

    • Timetobow February 3, 2020

      Why dont you jump off a f****** clift and shove a knife up your ass. This is will atleast beat top 20 on billboard atleast my fave can last and has obvious staying power

      • Only Facts February 3, 2020

        Respectfully, Kesha hasn’t been in the top 20 since 2013. She’d be lucky to even get this to chart on the billboard hot 100. And I’m a fan. It’s not necessarily Kesha, but it’s the label sabotaging her (see Dr. Luke)

      • Time to bow February 3, 2020

        “Keshas last hit was 2013“??? Praying debuted at #39 and later peaked at # 20 So you can get your username back after you get your FACTS straight ho

      • Only Facts February 3, 2020

        Praying peaked at #22. My comment above said the last time Kesha saw the top 20 was 2013. Check your facts because that’s all I’m spilling.

  2. Only Facts February 3, 2020

    Best song on the album along with kinky! But Kesha, this hair this era is NOT the business. Yikes.

  3. Timetobow February 3, 2020

    THE KING IS BACK FOR HER THRONE ! And just like that sis..Selena lipsynchflop ,snl guys failed Houseslut Beyflop r**** C.u.m. Illa whorebayo r DONE!!!

  4. Clarks0oñ February 3, 2020

    She used sympathy to sell her last about.

    Sympathy can only get u so far.

    I love kesha tho.
    Her lyrics this era are bad.
    The beats are also bad.

  5. Clarks0oñ February 3, 2020

    She is nothing without dr. Luke
    This is the hard truth.

    Dr luke made her and without him, she will continue to flop.

  6. Tarahoney February 4, 2020

    Didn’t enjoy that….

  7. J.Nowell February 5, 2020

    I love Kesha she is amazing. Raising hell is the s*** no doubt about it and this song has its moments like her rapping for instance. But I know she can do better. The video should’ve been a full blown house party. I know we want to see what a party would look like thrown by her. And when she sings the high road part the ending background lyrics I feel are a little too much. But this album is supposed to be party music and this is her party music and I respect it.

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