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The Voice 2017 - Brooke Simpson : “Praying”

“I know forever don’t exist, but after this life, I’ll find you in the next. So when I say “forever”, it’s the goddamn truth. I’ll keep finding, finding you.” ~”Finding You” by Kesha

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Brooke Simpson just blessed us with her rendition of “Praying” by Ke$ha.

someone: wow i can’t believe kesha’s actually good now!

me, externally: haha, yeah, her new stuff is incredible

me, internally: her stuff has ALWAYS been incredible. just because her old stuff was more party and dance music and used autotune and was marketed towards teenage girls doesn’t change the fact that her lyrics have always been clever, heartwarming, and just plain fun. even if her old music wasn’t personally your cup of tea, you can’t pretend that she hasn’t always been a talented musician with a great voice – y’all talk like she didn’t release stripped-down versions of her old music with no autotune years ago, PROVING her voice is amazing. animal, cannibal and warrior had so many bops on them, so many uplifting party songs, and from the very beginning, she has been subverting and satirizing the drunken party girl image her label built up for her. and let’s not even get into the fact that she has a genius level iq, and is an all-around great person and has always been outspoken about human rights, and is an inspiration for abuse survivors everywhere, and,

barbaesparza  asked:

I'm so ready for those Kesha Barisi edits :D Also Praying? In my head, Sonny @ Eugene Tucker.

kesha literally got put through some terrible fucking abuse and violence, a lengthy public trial, rehab, and slew of people constantly tearing her career down for being a “slut” or a member of the lgbt+ community and she returned from hiatus and put out rainbow which is inspiring and raw and incredibly uplifting and talks about strength through self-acceptance of the good and bad inside of her. 

taylor swift tried to manipulate and lie to destroy not one, not two, but THREE (3) people’s careers, got caught in a lie and publicly dragged, and she returned from hiatus and put out an overproduced song with trash lyrics talking about how she can’t let go of the smallest slight against her… 

if that doesn’t tell you who’s really a good person at heart, i don’t know what does. 

Beyoncé: *releases Lemonade unannounced. Songs that have music videos entailing historical and modern black events and what not*

Kesha: *releases a beautiful album after 5 years of silence!!! about healing and loving yourself and loving your friends and being who you are*

Taylor Swift: *releases a song about how she’s tired of people calling her out on her privilege*