We haven't gotten any new music from Kesha since 2012—even before she took the dollar sign out of her name—but that doesn't mean she's not working on it!

The 28-year-old singer opened up to Entertainment Weekly about how she can't wait to finally put out new stuff.

"I'm dying to put out music, I'm like dying, literally," she explained while promoting Jem and the Holograms, which features the singer in a cameo role. "But while I can't, I'm just gathering ideas and just praying for the day to come soon that I can put out music."

She adds, "All I know is I have a lot to write about. There's so much to say right now," she said. "Nothing to speak of for sure yet, but just pray for it."

The reason she can't do anything musically right now is because she's still in a legal battle with her former producer Dr. Luke.

"Until this Court rules on the declaratory judgment claim, Kesha is at an impasse. She cannot work with music producers, publishers, or record labels to release new music. With no new music to perform, Kesha cannot tour," Kesha's attorney Mark Geragos wrote in court papers filed last month.

Jane The Virgin, Gina Rodriguez, Kesha

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Thus, the "Blow" singer has sought creative outlets in other ways—like acting! Not only is she making a cameo in Jem and the Holograms, but she also appeared on Jane the Virgin.

"It's fun to explore different art mediums," Kesha explains. "I'm finding other ways to express myself and have outlets and connect with my fans. I'm [also] kind of open to all of it."

She adds, "Creatively, my brain's been exploding. I've been painting and redecorating and reupholstering – I'm all over the place and literally creatively exploding all over my life. Some of it's horrible, but some of it's good. I think the most important thing when you're an artist is you can't ever let your artistic creative fire be stifled. You have to get it out somehow."

Kesha, Dr. Luke, Lukasz Gottwald

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As far as Kesha's lawsuit against Dr. Luke, most recently she added Sony Music to an amended complaint for allegedly supporting the producer's behavior.

E! News obtained a copy of the complaint, in which Kesha alleges that Sony "had knowledge of Dr. Luke treating female entertainers under his tutelage and supervision in the same manner as alleged here regarding (Kesha), which includes physical and emotional abuse."

She adds that Sony provided Dr. Luke with "unfettered and unsupervised access to vulnerable female artists beginning their careers and who would be totally dependent upon Dr. Luke for success."

Kesha originally filed the lawsuit against Dr. Luke back in October 2014 for sexual assault, sexual harassment, gender violence, civil harassment, intentional infliction of emotional distress and other causes of action.

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