Kesha Releases "Best Music of Her Career" with 'Rainbow,' Out Today
'Rainbow' was worth
the wait. That's the consensus about Kesha's first album since 2012,
out today on Kemosabe Records/RCA Records. In a four-star review, RollingStone calls 'Rainbow' "the best music of her career," while Entertainment Weekly gives the album an A- and proclaims it "an artistic triumph."
Billboard describes lead single "Praying" as a "ballad that tears at your soul" while Consequence of Sound says "no other song in recent memory so perfectly embodies the
way in which hope itself is a kind of triumph." Other reviewers have
highlighted songs including "Hymn," a "powerful outsider anthem" (Rolling Stone); the "feminist battle cry" (Mic) of "Woman"; "Hunt You Down," which PopCrush describes as "far more authentic than anything currently playing on country radio"; and "Learn to Let Go," "the most carefree, uplifting song we've heard from her" (Jezebel).