Another Perfect Pop Song: Kesha Delivers A Different Kind Of "Hymn"

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 4, 2017

Pop superstar Kesha has released a fourth single from her upcoming LP Rainbow, which is scheduled for release on August 11, 2017.

But this isn't just a message of empowerment for her; Kesha's lyrics send a message of acceptance to anyone who has felt rejected or on the outside, and invites them to join her "team". The lyrics are, "This is a hymn for the hymnless, kids with no religion".

"I think that one of the reasons why my music connects with people who feel like they don't fit in is because I have never fit in either - this is why the song "Hymn" is so special to me", Kesha said in an essay to Mic. The attractive "Hymn" lyrics make the song another powerful ode to the resilience and strength of women, as exemplified in the album's previous singles, "Praying", "Woman", and "Learn To Let Go". "My mind and opinions keep changing and expanding", she continued. Each track released ahead of the record (ICYMI, check out "Praying", "Woman" and "Learn to Let Go") has been accompanied by an essay about what inspired the writing and production of the song. She elaborates that the song is for her fans who are misunderstood or disrespected for being who they are-a feeling to which she says she can relate. "This song is dedicated to all the idealistic people around the world who refuse to turn their backs on progress, love, and equality whenever they are challenged", she writes.

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