Advertisement

Sony Thinks Kesha's Eventual Comeback Could Turn Her Into the 'Next Adele'

Kesha hasn’t released an album in over three years, but it’s not because she hasn’t tried. The singer (whose 2012 album is a personal favorite of mine) reportedly wants to record more music, but told Sony she’d only do it if Dr. Luke—the man whom she claims assaulted her—has no involvement. Sony “rejected” that deal…

Billboard Is Polling Music Executives on Whether or Not They Believe Kesha's Abuse Allegations

A confidential survey recently sent by Billboard to top music executives asks participants to weigh in on a variety of gossipy issues, like what artists are secretly the biggest assholes, what Justin Bieber’s career will be like in a few years, and—most questionably—whether or not they believe that Kesha was sexually…