Kesha and Wrabel Team Up on New Song ‘since i was young’

Kesha and L.A. singer-songwriter Wrabel have shared a new song called ‘since i was young’. Listen to it below.

‘since i was young’ is the latest collaboration between the two artists, who previously worked together on many of the songs from Kesha’s 2017 album Rainbow and its 2020  follow-up High Road. Kesha sings backing vocals on the track, a nostalgic tune that sees Wrabel telling the story of growing up as “the weird one” and how it turned him into the person he is today.

Earlier this year, Kesha shared a song with Big Freedia called ‘Chasing Rainbows’ and contributed a cover of T. Rex’s ‘Children of the Revolution’ for a new Hal Willner–produced compilation called Angelheaded Hipster. Kesha was planning to go on tour in support of High Road this year, which has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I truly can’t wait to get back on the road again and play songs from High Road for you,” the singer wrote in the announcement. “Thank you for being here, and for your understanding.”

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