Singer Kesha said her new album "Rainbow" was instrumental in bringing her out of the tough times she faced after her lawsuit against Dr Luke. The 30-year-old singer said she was left in a dark place after her gruelling lawsuit against producer Dr Luke - whom she accused of sexually abusing her when they worked together, reported Contactmusic. "This record has quite literally saved my life.
I think colour symbolises hope ... I've always just found the hope in the bright colours and I wanted to bring that more into my everyday life," Kesha said. And the singer - who released "Praying", the first single from her new album, last month - said every track on the album is personal and has helped her make it through the difficult time in her life.
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