True Colors review – Kesha is back in defiant anthem | Musique Non Stop


Friday, April 29, 2016

True Colors review – Kesha is back in defiant anthem

‘I won’t apologize for the fire in my eyes,’ sings the embattled pop star in her anthemic new collaboration with EDM star Zedd

“I’m not afraid,” Kesha declares in True Colors, her first song in three years. Not to be confused with Cyndi Lauper’s 80s classic, True Colors is less danceable than Kesha’s last single, Timber, her 2013 collaboration with Pitbull – but it’s no less addictive.

First debuted at Coachella with EDM artist Zedd, True Colors finds the pop star in an urgent and defiant mood. Given all that’s transpired since Kesha brought a lawsuit against her former mentor for sexual assault in 2014 (most recently, a judge in New York dismissed her case), the tone couldn’t be more appropriate. Consider True Colors her #FreeKesha anthem.

Related: Kesha returns to the studio for new single to be released on Friday

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