Kesha dropped new music today and, in the process, trashed her record label for failing to help promote the track.
The singer posted her track, "Rich, White, Straight, Men," on her YouTube account. Fans quickly questioned why it wasn’t available on streaming services.
Kesha responded on social media, "hey guys sooo i hear you!! that you want my new song 'Rich, White, Straight Men' on streaming services...not sure how to do that personally...hmmmm - maybe @rcarecords will help me if their not too mad bout me leaking it? ??what else do they expect from me at this point lol?☠️????."
The singer has had a rocky relationship with her label RCA (which is under Sony Music), having added them as a defendant in her legal battle against Dr. Luke and attempting to get out of her contract.
Her case with Dr. Luke is still ongoing.