Kesha says her career is over if courts won’t let her make new music ASAP

If something doesn't happen soon "her window will forever close"


by Laurence Mozafari |
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Kesha's career might be over according to her legal team.

Why? Well, she's been embroiled in a legal battle for the last year with former producing compadre, Dr. Luke. The case claims Dr. Luke sexually assaulted, raped and battered her during their ten years working together.


Now Kesha has filed some new legal papers requesting the right to continue making her record with other producers, as otherwise she can't make the album and it means her 'career is basically over'.

The rapper's last effort was her 2012 album, Warrior, that's the same record where she teamed up with Pitbull to make Timber. Understandably she wants to bounce back with another big follow-up.* *

Her lawyers wrote in her legal filings: "Kesha now faces an abysmal decision: Work with her alleged abuser… or idly and passively wait as her career tick-tocks away.

"Kesha’s window of opportunity is nearly shut: She has not been recording, touring or able to market merchandise for nearly a year — an eternity in the industry. If Kesha is not permitted to resume working immediately with the backing of a major record label, her window will forever close."

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