Kesha’s Reason For Naming Her Album ‘Rainbow’ Says A Lot About Her State Of Mind
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Seeing a rainbow appear after a thunderstorm isn't just a miracle of nature. Pop singer Kesha named her third album Rainbow not only as an homage to the multicolored spectacle, but also as a way to represent the healing she's gone through and the way she's changed since her youth.

On Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, Kesha said:

After five years without putting out an album and dealing with an ongoing lawsuit between herself and producer Dr. Luke, Kesha's resilience led her back to the studio. "It’s kind of a testament that you got to show up for yourself," she said on the show. With new motivational songs such as "Praying" and "Woman," the "Tik Tok" singer has returned in full force.  

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By going back to her colorful, fun-loving roots while showcasing her feminism, the "We R Who We R" singer is making a spellbinding statement: She is unstoppable. From a stint in a rehabilitation center to her seemingly endless court battle, Kesha has weathered many storms. She told Elvis Duran she hopes Rainbow shares that message vividly:

Life is not always sunshine, sparkles, unicorns, and rainbows. However, Kesha's career is proof that staying true to your heart and taking time to improve yourself is worth the fight.