New Release: Kesha Featuring The Dap-Kings Horns - Woman

14 July Critic Jonni 0 Comments


Woman (feat. The Dap-Kings Horns) - Kesha |

Kesha continues to surprise us by dropping another new music video and even giving us a snippet of another new song at the very start. Having just written up an article about this for CelebMix, I'll do my best to not write the same comments, I suggest you head over there and read my article on this music video. This has certainly excited me for her new album, just like last week's release of "Praying". Watch Kesha and The Dap-Kings Horns team up for her second song release from her new album "Rainbow", where she heads to a bar to perform in this music video for "Woman".

Kesha, full name Kesha Sebert and originally known as Ke$ha, is making her comeback, finally. This song is another scorcher and shows her versatility as well as her direction for her new album, "Rainbow". This is the fun-style Kesha we like to see, and she's completely happy and relaxed in this music video. The song is explicit but it's so damn catchy I cannot stop listening to it. The fact that this song and previously released "Praying" are tracks I can have on repeat all day long just shows that this new album is going to be a sure-fire hit and completely addicting! This song was written by Kesha Sebert, Andrew Pearson, and Stephen Wrabel.

Directed by Kesha Sebert & Lagan Sebert, this music video is basic compared to "Praying"; however, they clearly chose the right song for this low-budgeted music video because it fits the song perfectly. Kesha is a motherfucking woman, as she states and this music video shows that she's independent and doesn't need "a man to be holding [her] too tight".

The opening gives a snippet of a new track, which fans have assumed is "Hunt You Down" before Kesha stops the track and slams right into the first verse of "Woman". She's driving her car down the road with The Dap-Kings as her passengers; the guys who play the horns are in the back. They arrive at the Oddity Bar, which is where they're playing.

The rest of the narrative sees Kesha performing the song, totally in her element and loving being on stage. This is literally what she was born to do, and it's incredible to see her enjoyment. In verse two, she switches it up by laughing out some of the lyrics. She also heads to the bar with her backing vocalist Saundra Williams of The Dap-Kings; where they have a few shots. The rest of the scenes are of Kesha on stage.

Overall, the music video works perfectly with the song. It may be basic compared to "Praying" but who needs anything more than this? I feel that they could've played out the narrative a little bit more, especially when they headed to the bar; I was expecting the story to extend slightly. However, the performance is on point throughout, and no matter what Kesha is going through, #FreeKesha, we know that she's putting 100% of herself into this newly released music.
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