Kesha Is Back to ‘Raising Hell’ in Her New Music Video









Kesha is back and she came to slay all your awful husbands. In her first music video since Rainbow came out, Kesha dons a double-decker wig and plays a beloved televangelist. Beloved by everyone except her distant, angry, abusive husband. Sitting in her all-white house? Treating her like that? Not anymore! So, Kesha packs up the body — I mean, random stuff that just needs to be buried — and heads out on the run, scarf blowing in the wind. Amy Dunne would be proud because that girl is gone. “Oh, my mother raised me well / I don’t wanna go to heaven without raising hell,” she sings. “Raising Hell,” a toe-tapping pop song not unlike “Timber,” features Big Freedia. Kesha’s upcoming album, High Road, is her letting out a joyful noise after somber Rainbow. Her balls are back and “they’re bigger than ever,” she jokes in the album trailer.