A little old now (the lawsuit has progressed as of early 2016), but still an important look at exploitation within the record industry. It’s a pretty difficult read, and content warning for sexual, financial, and professional abuse.
Basically, Kesha is a talented young woman who was locked into contractual slavery, by Sony, to a sexual predator. She’s now suing to, in effect, regain control over her own creative output.
I wish her only good things, and look forward to hearing her authentic creative voice–whatever it may be–when she finally triumphs over her abusers.