Kesha Endorses Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Please Please Please’ in New TikTok Clip: ‘Proud to Be a Female Musician’

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

“The women are dominating with fresh music this summer,” the singer shared with her TikTok followers in a recent video.

Kesha is loving the rise of women in music this year.

In a TikTok video shared on Sunday, July 7, the “Blow” singer, 37, told her followers, “The ladies are holding it down with new music this summer,” subtly endorsing fellow female artist Sabrina Carpenter.

Kesha’s TikTok featured the 25-year-old pop star’s latest single, “Please Please Please,” as she grooved to the track while doing her hair and makeup. She captioned the video, “Proud to be a woman in music.”

Carpenter isn’t the only rising star Kesha has supported this year. On April 14, the pop singer made a surprise appearance during Reneé Rapp’s Coachella performance, where they performed an updated version of her 2010 hit “TiK ToK.”

Days later, Kesha posted a heartfelt backstage TikTok video set to a sped-up version of Rapp’s single “Not My Fault” featuring Megan Thee Stallion.

In 2023, Rapp told Teen Vogue about Kesha’s significant influence on her, saying, “She was my everything growing up.”

“She’s just so… not ‘wild’ in the sense that she’s uncontrollable, but she was so free-spirited, confident, and hot,” the Mean Girls: The Musical star elaborated. “She seemed sure of herself but was also really vulnerable and outspoken. And she was just the coolest.”

The Snow Angel artist added that she admired Kesha for being a “version of a woman in pop music that I love,” highlighting that her hit “Your Love Is My Drug” would be among the “top two songs” on the soundtrack of her life.

Kesha recently made a triumphant return to the music scene on July 4 with her new single, “Joyride”—her first release since leaving RCA Records and Vector Management, and resolving her lengthy legal battle with producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald in June 2023.

Before the song’s release, the independent artist marked the significant moment by posting on X (formerly Twitter), “i couldn’t have made it through without all of you. now we joyride.”

A few days later, Kesha shared more gratitude for her new musical journey in an Instagram post captioned, “7 years ago today. As I race like a madman into this iconic chapter of my life, I can’t help but appreciate how hard this joy has been fought for. Thank you to all the animals who had my back then💕 I love u praying.”

She added a message to herself, “You’re a bad, strong, resilient bitch. I’m proud of you.”