DISCOVER: Kesha’s New Music Video For “Learn To Let Go”

Thursday saw Kesha drop another new music video in promotion of her new album

We have a couple of weeks to go until Kesha drops her new album “Rainbow”; so it’s no surprise that she continues to promote the album by dropping incredible music videos to treat her fans. This is the third music video from her third studio album following “Praying” and “Woman“. Get ready to fall in love with “Learn To Let Go”.

The song was written by Kesha Sebert, Pebe Sebert, and Stuart Crichton; whilst the music video was directed by Isaac Ravishankara. She takes inspiration from home videos of when she was a child to recreate them in scenes for this video.

Watch Kesha’s Music Video To “Learn To Let Go” Here:

The opening scene sees Kesha insert a video; she sits down on the couch and watches her childhood memories; we join her in the process. The walls of the room she’s in collapses outward and she walks around a forest dipping in and out of reimagined scenes from the home videos.

We see her take inspiration from her dance moves from back then and turn them into a choreographed dance segment which we are obsessed with. This all finally circles back to the room, where she curls up on the couch watching the rest of the videos; content to learn to let go. The last shot is of her jacket that says “The Sweet Little Devil Herself Ms. Kesha Rose”.

The song is available to download and stream right now! We are loving these new tracks from Kesha and cannot wait for the full album “Rainbow” to be released on 11 August. We’re so ready!

What do you make of Kesha’s “Learn To Let Go”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix. Also, tell us which of her new tracks is your favourite.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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