Kesha may not be able to talk specifics about her ongoing court battle, but that doesn't mean her voice has been completely silenced.
As the singer gears up for the next step in her lawsuit against Sony and music producer Dr. Luke, fans were treated to a surprise performance on social media over the weekend.
In a new video posted on YouTube, Kesha decided to cover "Amazing Grace" and give fans a reminder of her signature sounds.
"Good morning everybody. I love you guys, more than you will ever know," she shared in the clip. "I can't put out new music, but I can sing a little something of someone else's songs or something that exists."
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The video posted by a fan also helped encourage fans to show up at a New York courthouse where Kesha was scheduled to have a hearing on Tuesday. The protest was being planned in hopes that Sony would release the singer from her recording contract.
In a turn of events, however, it appears that the hearing has been postponed until Feb. 19 due to weather conditions. It still didn't stop Kesha from sharing her thoughts on the legal battle.
"Nerves are going nuts. can't sleep. but I know in the end it's all gonna be ok," she wrote on Instagram before realizing her court date was changed. "It's a f--king rollercoaster but that's life. and I will never stop making art."
She continued, "Maybe my life will go down an unexpected path, but the message will always be the same. Love, acceptance, compassion, equal rights, human rights, animal rights. And that really is my passion and purpose. And no one can ever stop me from fighting the good fight. don't worry babes. luv you all."
While Dr. Luke has maintained any allegations made by Kesha are "baseless and unsupported," the "Crazy Kids" singer wants her fans to know that she appreciates their support.
"I love my fans so much. Thank you for all the support you guys have given me in this legal situation," she shared online. "There comes a point in life when the truth is the only option. I have to trust that the universe will guide me from there."