The good, the bad and the Kesha dressed as an octopus.
The singer is back with the first single featuring Big Freedia off her forthcoming album, "High Road."
After crafting hits for Pink and Adam Lambert, the singer-songwriter just dropped "one of those happy people" on his own label.
The "Praying" songstress praised the Imagine Dragons frontman's annual "celebration of love."
The pop singer broke out her harmonica for "Here Comes The Change," which she wrote specifically for the biopic "On the Basis of Sex."
Kesha, her brother Sage & March For Our Lives teamed up for a song that shows the harsh realities of a school shooting.
Kesha's brother Sage wrote parts of "Safe" after the Parkland massacre.
"I was struck by how much Ginsburg was able to accomplish in her life, and at the same time, how much more there is to do," she wrote.
Dr. Luke's legal team accused Kesha of orchestrating a “maliciously plotted" smear campaign against the producer.
This is the singer's third time as a same-sex wedding officiant.
On "Universal Love," singers flip pronouns and traditional gender roles.
Meanwhile, she released her third album, “Rainbow,” including hit single “Praying,” on Kemosabe last year. Though Dr. Luke
HuffPost reporters break down the biggest moments at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Janelle Monae and Kesha brought the Me Too movement to the 60th annual Grammy Awards with strong words and a powerful performance while other artists shared their support by wearing white roses.
Kesha is this year’s most powerful performer at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Kesha performed her song “Praying” at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards bringing attention to the #MeToo movement.
The singer-songwriter performed her emotional ballad "Praying."
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