Kesha

Pop Singer

Kesha was born in Los Angeles, California, United States on March 1st, 1987 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 36, Kesha biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Kesha Rose Sebert, K-Money, Ke-Dollarsign-Ha
Date of Birth
March 1, 1987
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Los Angeles, California, United States
Age
36 years old
Zodiac Sign
Pisces
Networth
$5 Million
Profession
Autobiographer, Film Actor, Rapper, Singer-songwriter
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Kesha Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 36 years old, Kesha has this physical status:

Height
175cm
Weight
64kg
Hair Color
Her natural hair color is “Light Brown.”
Eye Color
Blue
Build
Average
Measurements
36-28-37" or 91.5-71-94 cm
Kesha Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
She has not revealed about her religion but she has repeatedly expressed belief in the Hindu / Buddhist concept of Karma.
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Franklin High School, Brentwood High School
Kesha Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Not Available
Children
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Justin Bieber, John Mayer, Adam Lambert (2009), Alex Carapetis (2010), Faheem Najm (aka T-Pain) (2011), Brad Ashenfelter (2014-Present)
Parents
She doesn’t know who her father is., Patricia Rose “Pebe” Sebert
Siblings
Lagan (Older Brother), Louis Sage Sebert (Younger Brother)
Other Family
Wilmer Louis Siebert (Maternal Grandfather), Rose Marie Kecse (Maternal Grandmother)
Kesha Life

Kesha Rose Sebert (born March 1, 1987), also known as Kesha (formerly stylized Ke$ha), is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, and actress.

Kesha was signed to Kemosabe Records in 2005 at the age of 18.

After being featured on American rapper Flo Rida's number one single "Right Round," she had her first big success in early 2009. Kesha's music and image propelled her to immediate success.

She has released two number-one albums on the US Billboard 200 with Animal (2010) and Rainbow (2017), as well as the number-six record Warrior (2012).

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At one time, "Tik Tok" was the world's most popular digital single, with over 16.5 million units.

The album has gone on for more than 25 million copies as of November 2019.

She has written songs for other performers, including "Will the World Ends" for Britney Spears. Kesha's career was suspended between Warrior and Rainbow due to a court dispute with her former producer Dr.Luke, which has been ongoing since 2014.

A series of lawsuits, including Kesha's, involved sexual, sexual, and discrimination against her, were filed by both sides, in which Kesha accused him of physical, sexual, and employment discrimination against her, was filed against her by Kesha, while Dr.Luke alleges breach of contract and defamation by Kesha.

Kesha has received numerous accolades and accolades, including her MTV Europe Music Award for Best New Act in 2010.

As of 2019, she has reportedly sold over 71 million in the United States and over 113 million worldwide.

She was also ranked as the 26th top artist on Billboard's decade end charts from 2010 to 2019.

Early life

Kesha Rose Sebert was born in Los Angeles on March 1, 1987. Rosemary Patricia "Pebe" Sebert, a mother of a young girl who co-wrote the 1978 single "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" with Hugh Moffatt of Joe Sun, and Dolly Parton's 1980 album Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, Dolly. Pebe, a single mother, struggled financially to help herself, Kesha, and Lagan, Kesha's older brother; they were dependent on welfare benefits and food stamps to get by. Pebe often had to look after her onstage when she was an infant. Kesha says she has no idea of her father's identity. A man named Bob Chamberlain, who described himself as his father and daughter before she turned 19 in 2011, claiming that they had been in regular contact as father and daughter before she turned 19. Her mother is mainly of Hungarian descent. The Polish grandmother of one of Kesha's great-grandfathers was Polish.

After securing a new publishing contract for her songwriting, Pebe and her family returned to Nashville in 1991. After noticing Kesha's talent, she took Kesha and her brothers along to recording studios and encouraged Kesha to perform. Kesha attended Franklin High School and Brentwood High School and said she did not fit in, claiming that her unconventional fashion (such as handmade purple velvet pants and purple hair) did not attract her to other students. She played the trumpet and then saxophone in the marching band, and has said she was a diligent student. She began studying Barnard College, Columbia University's affiliate college, after earning a near-perfect score on her SAT, but she dropped out after three months to pursue her music career.

Kesha was also taught how to write songs by Pebe, and they often wrote together when she returned home from high school. Kesha started recording demos, which Pebe gave to people she knew about in the music business. Kesha was also in a band with Lagan. When Kesha was 16 years old, Kesha and Pebe co-wrote the song "Stephen." Kesha later tracked down David Gamson, a producer she admired from Scritti Politti who promised to produce the album. She dropped out of school at 17, after Max Martin compelled her to return to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music, and she received her GED after. Pebe responded to an advertisement from the American reality TV series The Simple Life, looking for an "eccentric" family to host Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. In 2005, the Sebert family appeared on a television show. Martin was captivated by Samantha Cox, senior director of writer/publisher relations at Broadcast Music Incorporated, after she had seen one of Kesha's demos. Billboard characterized two of the demos as "a stunningly sung, self-penned country ballad" and the second as "a gobsmackingly bad trip-hop track" where Kesha raps ad lib for a minute after running out of lyrics. It was the latter track that attracted attention.

Personal life

Kesha is a vegetarian and a member of the LGBT group. She has often been bisexual; in 2022, she confessed that she preferred not to announce her sexuality, adding, "I'm not gay." I'm not clear. I have no idea what I am. I adore people... Except for the fact that it is all open to it," I refuse to be anything." In both 2010 and 2013, she made similar claims. "I have always been attracted to the inner being of a person's eyes," she writes in her 2019 Attitude essay. It has never occurred to me that caring about a particular gender or how someone is identified as such, makes me wonder whether or not I'm attracted to them." She has also hosted civil commitment ceremonies for both same-sex and opposite-sex couples. Kesha revealed on Instagram that she is a "dom" in June 2022. She has been involved in both LGBT activism and animal rights. "I had a tail when I was born but they chopped it off and stole my tail...I'm really sad about this story."

Kesha is a natural performer and enjoys giving impromptu tattoos. In 2011, Kesha gave Australian TV presenter Scott Tweedie a non-permanent tattoo (a drawing with a penis) and a penis, and in 2011, she gave rocker Andrew W.K. A tattoo of a line with ink from a pen and a safety pin that has since been infected. She has also provided safety pin tattoos to supporters and a "hot dude" in a hotel lobby.

Kesha began working at the Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center in Lemont, Illinois, for eating disorder management. Kesha's mother reported that she was suffering from the eating disorder bulimia nervosa and that she had been struggling with it ever since she was signed. She also said that Dr. Luke was partly to blame, saying Luke told her to lose weight after he signed her. Luke told her to lose weight after she was signed, comparing her body to a refrigerator. After two months of recovery, Kesha completed her treatment on March 6, 2014.

Kesha wrote for Lenny Letter that she thinks of God as "nature and space and energy and the universe." Since we all have our own, my personal interpretation of spirituality isn't relevant. What matters is that I have something greater than myself as an individual who brings me peace. "Homophobia and false piety pushed [her] from Christianity," she says, and she has since concentrated on a non-denominational blend of meditation, mindfulness, and astrology, according to pop culture magazine Paper. Kesha said she is occasionally a nihilist. "I'm obsessed with religion," she says.

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Kesha Career

Career

Kesha was signed to both Kemosabe Records and Prescription Songs in 2005, age 18, and the music publishing company Prescription Songs. Sony Music Entertainment owns Kemosabe Records, which is based in Los Angeles. Kemosabe Records was created by Sony Music Entertainment. Juicy J, Rock City, Zara Larsson, Lil Bibby, and Becky G. Kesha later performed background vocals on Paris Hilton's album, "Nothing in This World." In 2006, Kesha joined DAS Communications Inc., David Sonenberg's administration firm, to work with him. DAS was given the opportunity to sign a major label record for Kesha in exchange for 20 percent of her music, with the possibility of ending the relationship if they failed. She worked with many writers and producers as a writer and producer while at the company and then co-authored "This Love" with producer Toby Gad. Kesha earned her living as a waitress while advancing her education in the studio. She began stylizing her name as 'Ke$ha,' while struggling to get to sleep, describing the dollar sign as an ironic gesture.

Kesha appeared on the video for her friend Katy Perry's album "I Kissed a Girl" and also performed background vocals on Britney Spears' "Lace and Leather" in 2008. DAS soon attracted the attention of singer and A&R Kara DioGuardi, who wanted to sign Kesha to Warner Bros. Due to her current employment with Kemosabe, the transaction fell through. She is accused of resigning from DAS in September this year. Kesha will appear on rapper Flo Rida's number-one single "Right Round" in early 2009, which brought her to a lot of mainstream curiosity. The collaboration happened by chance, according to the parties; she had simply stepped into a recording session for the song and Flo Rida seemed to have longed for a female voice on it. Flo Rida loved the performance so much that he recorded one more song with Kesha for his album, according to the company. However, she is not credited for her appearance on "Right Round" in the United States, and she did not receive any money for her appearance. She refused to appear in the video, telling men's newspaper Esquire that she wanted to make a name for herself on her own terms.

Kesha signed a multi-album contract with RCA Records after struggling to reach an understanding with Lava Records and Atlantic Records in 2009. She began adding finishing touches to the album after spending the previous six years working on samples for her debut album. She wrote about 200 songs on the album for the album. By September of this year, it had been a Platinum in the United States and had sold two million albums worldwide. With 610,000 digital downloads sold in a single week, the album's lead single, "Tik Tok," a record for a single week, which was the highest sales week for a female artist since digital download tracking began in 2003. On her debut single since Debby Boone and "You Light Up My Life" in 1977, it spent nine weeks at number one in the country, becoming the longest running number one by a female artist on her debut single. "Tik Tok" has sold over 14 million copies around the world, making it the most popular digital single in history and the top-selling digital single in history by a female solo artist. "Blah Blah Blah," "Your Love Is My Drug," and "Take It Off"), two of the album's top ten hits, with each of them achieving top-ten positions in Australia, Canada, and the United States. Kesha was also featured on two of the top ten singles by singer Taio Cruz and electropop duo 3OH!3.

Kesha's deliberately unpolished aesthetic and juvenile stage persona, which she referred to as her own personal personality "times ten," made her a polarizing figure quickly. Some of her readers found her output to be unscientific, while others felt that she was manufactured and lacking credibility. Kesha's former DAS Communications Inc. executives filed a lawsuit in May 2010 claiming she had postponed the deadline for them to obtain a major record label contract and squeezed them out of their careers. In October, Kesha filed her own lawsuit, citing the California-exclusive Talent Agencies Act and requesting that the California Labor Commissioner declare her DAS void because it had acted as an unlicensed labor agent while obtaining her employment in California, where only licensed agents can do so. The lawsuit was settled in 2012 before the introduction of her second album. On June 16, 2010, Kesha held a benefit concert, where all proceeds went to help victims of the 2010 Tennessee floods in her hometown, Nashville. She raised over $70,000 from the event. At the 2010 MTV Europe Music Awards, she was a supporting act on Rihanna's Last Girl on Earth's summer leg and was named Best New Act.

Animal was re-released in November 2010 with the addition of Cannibal, a companion extended play. The lead single from Cannibal, "We R Who We R," debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. Kesha has been named as the country's best-performing artist of the year by two number one's and four top ten hits (among them her featured spot on 3OH!3's "My First Kiss"), with "Tik Tok" rated as the country's best-selling song of the year. The follow-up single from Cannibal, "Blow," also ranked in the top ten on the Hot 100. Kesha had sold almost 21 million digital single downloads in the United States alone by June 2011. Kesha Tour, the Get Sleazy Tour, began in February 2011 and was the first headlining world tour. Due to the first leg's success and spanning three continents, the tour was extended with a summer leg. Kesha co-wrote the song "Until the World Ends" for American pop star Britney Spears and appeared on the album's remix alongside Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj. Alice Cooper, a rock singer, begged Kesha to write lyrics for and sing as a devil character on Cooper's album Welcome 2 My Nightmare (2011) after meeting her at the 2010 Grammy Awards and performing at several of her shows.

Kesha was appointed by Humane Society of the United States as the country's first global ambassador for animal rights, for which she is expected to draw attention to such activities as cosmetics testing on animals and shark finning. The Humane Society named Kesha as a celebrity or public figure who raises concerns about animal rights on social media. At the 2013 Genesis Awards Benefit Gala, she received the award on March 23, 2013. Iggy Pop also appeared in a PETA campaign, demonstrating the clubbing of baby seals in Canada and later wrote against McDonald's about the conditions of their slaughterhouses.

Warrior, Kesha's second studio album, was released on November 30, 2012. She began writing for the album while on her own headlining tour in 2011. Max Martin's album included performances as well as a song by Wayne Coyne, the lead singer of the alternative band The Flaming Lips. After learning that she was a fan of the band, Coyne had to fly to Kesha for a collaboration. They produced the album "2012 (You Must Be Upgraded)" for the band's album, The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends (2012), besides working on Kesha's album. Kesha published illustrated autobiography My Crazy Beautiful Life through Touchstone Books in November 2012 to coincide with the album's launch. "Die Young" was Warrior's first single. The song debuted at number thirteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and then peaked at number two at number two. The song has also charted around Europe and the English-speaking world, and it has ranked in Australia, Canada, and Belgium among the top ten.

The album's second single, "C'Mon," debuted at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100, the first single to do so, and the artist's string of top ten hits on the charts. Despite this, "C'Mon" continued Kesha's string of top-ten hits (with nine) on the Mainstream Top 40 Pop Songs chart, which was also graphed by Billboard. The Warrior Tour, which would sell the album, began in July 2013. Pitbull, an American rapper, was co-headlined for the North American leg. Kesha's third single, "Crazy Kids," was released in April 2013 and also underperformed, peaking at number 19 on the Mainstream Top 40, but the country saw a lot of success in South Korea and Belgium, peaking at numbers 2 and 5 respectively. In April 2013, MTV's Kesha: My Crazy Beautiful Life began airing on MTV.

The Flaming Lipsha revealed in July 2013 that they intend to debut Lipsha, a full-length collaborative album. The scheme was, however, shelved in the winter of the same year. Even for free, Kesha sent a note to a fan announcing that it was out of her custody and that she wanted to post the news, saying she was unconcerned about the money. "Timber," Kesha and Pitbull's third international commercial success and Kesha's third top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, became a top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 7, 2013.

Kesha made her third studio album in January 2014 when she checked into a rehabilitation center for bulimia nervosa. After rehab, she began using Kesha rather than her older moniker, Ke$ha. In an August 2014 Teen Vogue cover story, Kesha revealed that she produced 14 new songs while recovering. Kesha claimed a seat as an expert in the American television singing competition Rising Star in June 2014, alongside Brad Paisley and Ludacris. Kesha sued producer Dr. Luke for sexual assault and battery, sexual assault, gender assault, physical assault, discrimination, and breach of California company rules that had existed for more than ten years working together in October 2014. The case lasted nearly a year before Kesha requested a provisional injunction to ban her from Kemosabe Records. Justice Shirley Kornreich, a New York Supreme Court Justice, refused to accept this petition on February 19, 2016. Kornreich dismissed the lawsuit on April 6, 2016, saying that even if the charges of sexual assault were true, the five-year statute of limitations had run out on the two most specific rape charges, one in 2005 and the other in 2008.

Kesha's guest appeared in the second season of the American television series Jane the Virgin, which aired on October 12, 2015. Annabelle, the show's antagonist's on the show, was played by the singer. Kesha revealed in December 2015 that she had formed a country music and classic rock-influenced band named Yeast Infection and appeared at a live show with the band in Nashville on December 23.

Kesha performed "Reality Colors" on Zedd's second studio album during Zedd's slot at the 2016 Coachella music festival, one of Zedd's second studio album's "Real Colors." The cameo was her first public appearance since her stumbling legal battle with Dr. Luke. On April 29, 2016, a studio version of the collaboration was released as a whole. At the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, Kesha covered Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me Babe" on May 22, 2016. Kesha appeared at Pride in the Street in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on June 11, 2016. Kesha's third international concert tour, the Kesha and the Creepies, followed by Fuck the World Tour (2016–2017). After many shows in China as well, the tour started on July 23, 2016, in Las Vegas, and ended on July 21, 2017, in Aurora, Illinois. Various versions of songs as well as several rock and country reworks of Kesha's own hit singles were on display during the tour. Kesha had recorded 22 songs on her own and had sold them to her label, and was preparing for her third studio album at this moment.

Kesha's album "Praying" was released on July 6, 2017. The single appeared on the music charts of Australia, selling over 140,000 copies and being labeled 2nd Platinum in the region. In the United States and Canada respectively, the single charted at number 22 and number 11 and 11, and it was later rated Platinum in both territories. On August 11, 2017, Kesha's third studio album, Rainbow, was released as the lead single from the singer's third studio album, "Praying." Rainbow debuted on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States, becoming her second top-one album in the country, with many commenting on the album's feminist appeal and uniqueness, as well as Kesha's vocal appearance and ability to weave between genres. "Woman," "Learn to Let Go," and "Hymn" were all released as promotional singles ahead of the album's debut; "Woman," "Learn to Let Go" and "Hymn" were two of which were followed by accompanying music videos. In November 2017, "Learn to Let Go" became the second single from the album. At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the album received nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance (for "Praying"), marking Kesha's first Grammy nominations.

Kesha embarked on the Rainbow Tour (2017–2019), which began in Birmingham, Alabama, on September 26, 2017, and visited North America, Europe, Oceania, and Asia. She raised the bar by joining The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore (2018), an American rapper's co-headlining concert tour. This tour ran in North America between June 6, 2018 and August 5, 2018. On August 10, 2018, Kesha's documentary film Rainbow: The Film was released on Apple Music. The film chronicles her time in recovery for her bingeyae and the development of Rainbow. Kesha collaborated with British rock band The Struts on the remix of their song "Body Talks," which was released as a single from their album Young & Dangerous (2018). Kesha's song "Here Comes the Change" was released on September 19, 2018. On the basis of Sex (2018), a biographical film about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she appeared on television. Kesha wrote and performed on the song "Safe" with her younger brother Sage Sebert and Chika as an homage to the Parkland, Florida school shooting.

Kesha's Weird and Wonderful Rainbow Ride, a 4-day cruise, was held in February 2019 in Kesha, France. The cruise started in Tampa, Florida, and ended in Nassau, Bahamas, where it sailed on the Norwegian Pearl. Wrabel, Jonathan Van Ness, Betty Who, Detox, and Superfruit were among the special guests on the show. "Rich, White, Straight Men" was Kesha's first digital single on June 2, which was released on June 2nd. The film The Angry Birds Movie 2's promo single "Best Day" was released on July 25, Kesha. Kesha officially launched her own cosmetics line on November 7 in collaboration with indie makeup brand Hipdote, Kesha Rose Beauty, which was released December 6. Each color is named after her songs, two double-ended waterproof eyeliners, a red lipstick, and a lipgloss.

High Road, Kesha's fourth studio album, was released in January 31, 2020. The album was largely commercially successful and received accolades. Kesha introduced a trailer on October 21, 2019 to announce the album's name as High Road, originally scheduled for December 2019. "Raising Hell" featuring Big Freedia, "My Own Dance," "Resentment" starring Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson, and Wrabel, all five singles were released prior to their release: "Tonight" was the album's first single release; "Tonight" featuring Big Freedia, "My Own Dance," "My Own Dance," "Resentment" featuring Brian Wilson, "My Own Dance," "My Own Dance," "Tonight" featuring Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson

Kesha's 2010 promotional single "Cannibal" gained traction on the video sharing website TikTok during a dance revival. Following this, the album debuted as a top 40 single in Canada, and a new lyric video for the song was released. Kesha wrote "Home Alone" after being self-isolating in her house due to the coronavirus pandemic. She appeared at the One World: Together at Home benefit exhibition on April 18, 2020.

Kesha and the Creepies, Kesha's own podcast, was announced on November 13, 2020, in a video. Alice Cooper, Demi Lovato, Tyler Henry, Ben Folds, and others. On November 19, 2020, the first episode was released, with new episodes premiering almost every Friday. The first season lasted 30 episodes, with the last episode airing on June 10, 2021.

She continued to perform "Chasing Rainbows" with Big Freedia, "Since I Was Young" with Dutch DJ Sam Feldt, and Walker Hayes' remixes of "Fancy Like" and Grandson's "Drop Dead" over the years, including "Chasing Rainbows" with Big Freedia, "Since I Was Young" with Wrabel, "Since I Was Young" with Wrabel, "Since I Was Young" with Wr

Kesha Live (2021), with Betty Who as the opening act following the cancellation of the High Road Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour's designer embarked on her fifth headlining tour. The tour began in 2021 in Billings, Montana, and was expected to have 11 shows in the United States, but was then extended to 22 shows, which ended on September 12, 2021. Seven more tour dates have been confirmed for late March 2022, which will be followed by Kesha's second cruise tour, which is scheduled to take place on April 1, 2022. However, the cruise and the spring tour dates were postponed due to undisclosed reasons.

Kesha performed vocals on "Waste So Good," which also included Hayley Kiyoko, Vincint, and MNEK. On June 1, 2022, the album was released and was used to promote Cann, a cannabis-infused drink.

Conjuring Kesha, a science fiction film that premiered on Discovery+ on July 8, 2022, she starred and executive produced the show. Kesha and her celebrity allies investigate the mystery of hotspots in the show.

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