Here, then, on Rainbow, Kesha’s first album in five years, is the stuff that’s under the former tireless party-girl shtick, the cowboy boots and pantslessness, the lyrics delivered in a bratty, almost spoken snarl. Is Rainbow actually any good? Yes, in fact. Kesha knows exactly what she’s doing here, and Rainbow is very, very good.
check out the album Below
2.Let ‘Em Talk (Ft. Eagles of Death Metal)
3.Woman (Ft. The Dap-Kings Horns)
6.Learn To Let Go
9.Hunt You Down
10.Boogie Feet (Ft. Eagles of Death Metal)
12.Old Flames (Can’t Hold a Candle To You) (Ft. Dolly Parton)