More artists offer their support to Kesha.
Two of pop’s most high-profile songwriters have offered to help Kesha make new music in the wake of her legal battle with Dr. Luke.
As MTV News reports, Jack Antonoff of Bleachers, who has worked with Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen and Sia, offered to help Kesha write new material and “leak it for everyone.”
EDM artist Zedd, who has made music with Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez also offered to collaborate with the singer via Twitter.
Kesha, who was last week denied an injunction that would release her from her contract with Sony and Dr. Luke’s label Kemosabe Records, had alleged that she was sexually and verbally abused by the producer over a period of a decade.
Dr. Luke has since publicly denied Kesha’s allegations of rape and abuse and accused her of extortion, saying: “Any claim that she isn’t ‘free’ is a myth.”
“The goal of Kesha’s counsel throughout has been to obtain a more lucrative contract through a shameless campaign of outrageous claims they will never stand behind in a court of law,” he claims.
Dr Luke later took to Twitter to reiterate the official statement, criticising Kesha for using the same defence lawyer as Chris Brown.