kesha rose sebert

Kesha, in the courtroom, sobbing at the hearing of the denial to brake free from Sony Music and Dr. Luke.

It’s heartbreaking! A rape victim stood up for herself and now she’s bonded to work with her abuser and the company that did nothing to protect her. It’s unfair.

She has done nothing but to preach about love, acceptance and positivity. She does Not deserve this.

I wish I could give her a hug right now.

Stay strong my love


I’m dying to put out music, I’m like dying, literally. But while I can’t, I’m just gathering ideas and just praying for the day to come soon that I can put out music. It’s all over the place. I have no idea what it’s going to sound like. All I know is I have a lot to write about. There’s so much to say right now. Nothing to speak of for sure yet, but just pray for it.


Calling all Kesha fans and human rights warriors: we’re going to protest to #FreeKesha during her hearing! We’ll meet at 9 a.m. on Jan. 26. at the New York State Supreme Courthouse, 60 Centre St, New York, NY. LET’S MAKE SOME NOISE!