The power of this performance is not without context, but it still felt like a raging party.
Yesterday a New York Supreme Court judge dismissed most of Kesha's case against Dr. Luke, rejecting her lawyer's claims that her relationship with Sony was tantamount to slavery.
As Kesha's legal team readies for their appeal, a new court brief gives us an inside look into the pop star's next attempt to break free from her allegedly abusive producer, Dr. Luke.
Sony will reportedly end its contract with Dr. Luke, the producer who allegedly drugged and raped Kesha, thanks to supportive music icons like Adele and the advocates of the #FreeKesha movement. Dr. Luke's attorneys have since denied these reports.
"Gone With the Wind" star Olivia de Havilland sued Warner Bros. in 1943 to release her from an unfair and exploitative contract. The historic Hollywood case has uncanny echoes with Kesha's case against her former producer.
The Free Kesha movement took their protest offline and right to Sony's doorstep, urging (and shaming) the company to let Kesha break ties with her alleged abuser Dr. Luke.
Sony won't allow Kesha to break her contract with Dr. Luke, who allegedly raped her. We spoke to her supporters, who say their cause extends beyond the singer.