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Kesha Leaks New Music Without RCA Records Permission

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Kesha has released a new song called Rich, White, Straight, Men without her record label’s permission amid Dr. Luke drama.

The Tik Tok singer shared the new single on her YouTube channel but admits she isn’t sure how to add it to streaming services.

Many fans hit out asking why she hadn’t made the single available on iTunes or Spotify but were quick to realise the singer wasn’t sure how to do it.

Promoting the new release, she said, “Hey guys, so 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 [RCA Records] will help me if their not too mad [a]bout me leaking it. What else do they expect from me at this point,”

She added RCA Records, a brand under the Sony Music umbrella, to her legal battle against Dr. Luke and attempted to get out of her contract. The case is still ongoing at the point.

Kesha released the new song on June 2, 2019, and it already has 400,000 views at the time of publishing this article. Commenters are saying her latest song “should be in a Tim Burton animation” — interestingly, it does have a Burton-vibe.

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