Kesha has finally been able to release new music thanks to Zedd. As the music world knows, due to the ongoing lawsuit between Kesha and producer Dr Luke she had been unable to create new music for years and many producers showed their support by offering to collaborate with her. The first glimpse of her collaboration with Zedd came on weekend 1 of Coachella where she took the stage for the first time in years with Zedd to sing “True Colors.”

“It’s a miracle when someone gives you a chance at finding your voice again with no reason other than that he is a f—ing beautiful person with a heart of gold,” Kesha wrote on social media this week about Zedd.

The singer is still under contract with Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records and the RCA label group, and as Zedd explained in a tweet earlier this week, the pair received permission from those parties to record and release “True Colors.”

He tweeted: “Just to clarify: We didn’t use any loop holes,” Zedd wrote on Twitter. “Kemosabe / RCA gave us permission to release this song!”

Kesha was denied a preliminary injunction in February that would have released her from the recording contract with Dr. Luke and his company. This month, counterclaims made by Kesha were thrown out by a New York State Supreme Court judge. Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, also dropped her counterclaims against Dr. Luke.

“The litigation with Dr. Luke has been a nightmare for Mrs. Sebert and her family. She has decided to move on and find peace and forgiveness in her heart rather than dwelling in the cancerous past of an ongoing lawsuit with no end in sight,” Sebert’s lawyer said in a statement.

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