Kesha and her 80s glamor in "Raising Hell" music video with Big Freedia
Kesha Rose Sebert is the creator of a work of art classified as "pure and utter joy and libertine" in the music of her new album, High Road. A sample of all this freedom is the music video for "Raising Hell" where he fulfills his promise.
Raising Hell Synopsis
The party-ready song's image is full of '80s glamor, with Kesha playing a preacher with big blonde hair and neon skirt suits and living in a massive marble mansion with her abusive husband. While it's fun to watch the singer jump with a gospel choir and live out her Righteous Gemstones fantasy, things soon take a turn for the worse when her husband attacks her, and she is forced to defend herself, ending in his death. This leads Kesha's character on the run, dyeing her hair brown, being arrested, and poking fun at the dark places that future High Road music videos could explore.
Raising Hell reviews
The feminist movements did not like the subject of your video. They claim that a woman who must run away and paint her hair to escape an attack is a coward and is seen as guilty. Other groups assured that the video shows the woman preferred by the machistas.
In the end, most feminists have accused Kesha of sending a video contrary to what her causes have achieved in recent times.
Kesha assures that her album will be revolutionary. He warns that more details will be known in the coming days and that Raising Hell is just a sample of his work.