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Kesha says 'Rainbow' album 'literally saved my life'

10 August 2017

"I think this record has quite literally saved my life,"she said".

Elsewhere in the interview, Kesha discussed working with her mother and other family members on the album, alongside Dolly Parton, adding: "I consider her family now".

"I feel so much right now, I can't even", she said before taking the stage.

The singer recounts near tears how deeply personal the song is to her.

After three years of legal battles with producer Dr. Luke, Kesha has returned with a new, acclaimed sound and is striking a defiant and liberated tone on the press circuit.

The 30-year-old visited Good Morning America on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017 to promote her upcoming Rainbow album, which will be released this Friday, Aug. 11. "So this is very special for us, and I hope it's really special for you guys". As Nicki Swift previously reported, Kesha dropped the lawsuit in August 2016 in order to focus on her music.

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Kesha was also on hand to perform her emotionally charged single Praying, telling the audience: 'If I can make it through the song, I'm gonna be singing it'.

She also discussed the symbolism of hope behind the title, and how rainbow motifs have come to be a large part of her life. "I go to the tattoo artist and it's like, 'A rainbow of something?'"

The pop sensation is fully focused on relaunching her music career after an unexpected musical hiatus.

Dr Luke says the singer made up that story in an attempt to ruin his reputation to try to weasel out of her recording contract.

Kesha marked an agreement with Dr Luke - who precluded every one of the charges from claiming misuse - for five collections in 2005 and has so far discharged only two.

Kesha says 'Rainbow' album 'literally saved my life'