- Kesha Premieres New Song “Woman” Featuring The Dap-Kings Horns
- Last week, American singer-songwriter Kesha was back with "Praying". But on July 13, following it, she released a new song "Woman". This time, she teamed up with American funk and soul band The Dap-Kings Horns.
The newest song is taken from her upcoming third studio album "Rainbow", which is out on August 11.
The music video was out on the same day via VEVO, Also, her brother Lagan Sebert directed it.
About the video, she told Rolling Stone, "It was one of those projects where I knew exactly what I wanted and it was just easier to do it ourselves than try to explain my vision to another director."
The track was co-written by Andrew Pearson and Stephen Wrabel, "It was such a beautiful experience to write such a strong female empowerment song with two men … because it reinforces how supportive men can be of women AND feminism. That day was one of the best writing sessions of my life. It was pure raw joy. I have never had such a wonderful and hilarious work day as I did that day. It was one of those days I'll remember forever, because it brought me back to why I wanted to ever start making music," she said.
About collabration with The Dap-Kings Horns;
"It was such an experience to come into their world and see the stacks of reel to reel tapes of Sharon Jones and Reigning Sound records that I love along the walls. The vibes are real in between those walls and a thick layer of soul seems to cover everything in those rooms and it bleeds into the music. It felt like recording in another era – like how I imagined my heroes recording in the Sixties and Seventies."
She wrote an essay in exclusively Rolling Stone. Read Kesha's full essay, click here.
- source : Rolling Stone