Kesha is returning to her upbeat pop stomping grounds with her comeback single and the promo for the track is amping up.
Since appearing on the cover of Billboard, the pop star, 32, took to Twitter on Thursday (October 17) to tease the upcoming release, which is rumored to be titled "Raising Hell." In the new post, the singer encourages fans to call the number, where they'll hear a spooky teaser. "Time’s runnin’ out to get blessed!!!!" she captioned the message. "Don’t wait! Call now and add yourself to the hellraiser phonebook so I can always update you and bless you with some sacred secret information Call 1-855-KESHASAVS."
Among her reported collaborators for the upcoming album include Jeff Bhasker, Macklemore's Ryan Lewis, Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds, Justin Tranter, Tayla Parx and fun.'s Nate Ruess. The set is tentatively scheduled for release in December.
In her cover story for the magazine, Kesha admitted that she was able to clear her mind of her emotional baggage on Rainbow and is ready to go back to “talking a little bit of sh*t.” “I really wanted to put a solid footprint back into pop music, like, ‘I can do this, and I can do this on my own,’ I don’t know if this is my last pop record, but I want to have one where i go out with a bang," she explained.
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