Singer Kesha is on a hot streak ever since releasing her new album, Gag Order.
Although the album touches upon her legal battles with Dr. Luke and her secret engagement, the singer also clearly had a lot of fun working on her latest album, and it seems she is bringing that fun to TikTok!
Kesha Leaves Little To The Imagination On Her Kitchen Counter In A Steamy New Video
@kesha Im #serving Moms eating. #onlylovecansaveusnow #shutupeatyourbreakfast #gagorger @Pebe ♬ Only Love Can Save Us Now
In her new TikTok video, the “We R Who We R” singer sings along to her song while kneeling on her kitchen counter in black shades, a black crop top, and a black mini skirt. If that wasn’t enough, she is also wearing black ankle boots with a sizeable heel.
“I’m #serving Moms eating,” Kesha wrote in the caption, adding the hashtags #onlylovecansaveusnow, #shutupeatyourbreakast, and #gagorder. She also tagged her mother, Pebe Sebert, who is just casually sitting at the counter eating a salad and scrolling on her phone while Kesha flaunts her fit physique for her millions of fans.
“LOL,” one fan commented. “My queen,” another follower wrote. “OH U ATE THIS UP GIRL,” a third fan exclaimed. “Kesha, how can I invite you over to my house without it being weird because you don’t know me?” another follower asked. “You knew you ate with this song. It’s so good, girl. You really knew what you were doing,” another fan chimed in.
Kesha Wants To ‘Empower’ Her Fans With Her New Album
On May 17, the “Die Young” singer finally released her new album, “Gag Order,” which chronicles a story of self-discovery. In an interview with the US Sun, Kesha opened up on her collaboration with producer Rick Rubin and explained that she wanted to uplift people with her latest album.
“I always wanted to empower people, to lift them and encourage them to love themselves,” she said. “I have beautiful moments — I cry from happiness. And the same day, I can also have severe anxiety seven hours later. It was a disservice not to let people know that my emotions come in and out like ocean tides.”
Although the 36-year-old singer became an overnight success with her song “TiK ToK,” she revealed that she displays a more “vulnerable” side to her side in her fifth studio album. “Rick told me that the best song is a prayer. And that’s stuck with me — that’s how I look at my music,” she explained. “It’s not my job. It’s not just an activity I do that I enjoy. It’s a prayer. And hopefully, that can echo out to other people, and they can relate to it,” she added.
There Were ‘Plenty Of Tears’ When She Was Making ‘Gag Order’
She also revealed that Rubin was the one who would push her almost to her breaking point to make her album as raw as emotionally possible. “There were plenty of tears, I would bring in a song that in my head was saying the gnarliest s**t,” she said. “So, I went hard into my emotions. It was a gift from the universe to have this amazing, incredible, and talented Buddha-like man work with me.”
That being said, Kesha said that she is “so proud” of her album, saying, “I’m so proud that I’ve made this album. My mum said she’s never been prouder of me, and she feels like this is the album I’ve always wanted to make.”
Kesha also paid tribute to her pop star image, as she once stylized her name with a dollar sign to be Ke$ha. In the song, “Only Love Can Save Us Now,” Kesha paid tribute to her younger self with the lyrics, “The b*tch I was, she’s dead. Her grave was desecrated. She’s dead. Pay her respects. Welcome to the new era.”
“I feel like getting older is so f**king fabulous. You don’t even know how good you have it when you’re young,” she said. “I spent so much of my 20s picking myself apart and hating myself and my body. Now I’m so f**king happy that I’m not in that phase of my life anymore. I’m so grateful.”