Viceland's Zach Goldbaum visited Kesha in her hometown of Nashville to talk to her in privacy about her music career and the devastating effect of her sexual assault lawsuit.
Kesha famously took Sony to court in August 2016 over the music giant’s refusal to free her from a contract with Lukasz "Dr Luke" Gottwald, who she had accused of rape.
Over a game of pool at a bar, Goldbaum asked Kesha about her rise to fame, and why she chose to release pop music. She said it felt right to her at the time, and that's how it was produced, but she is exploring country roots at Nashville at the moment.
However things got more serious when he directly addressed the lawsuit that Kesha has been involved in.
"How has the last several months been for you, emotionally?" he asked.
She took a deep breath, and replied carefully.
"When you work really hard at something, then to have it taken away from you is pretty devastating," she said.
"I worked my ass off for a lot of years - I sang back up vocals, the first couple of songs I was involved in I didn't get credited on, but I didn't give a f- 'cause I just had this one vision."
She said that having it taken away from her was 'definitely a mind-f*ck'.
While Goldbaum tried to continue the interview, Kesha broke down in tears.
It seems that she is slowly healing, but she has been through a terrible ordeal, and it has affected her deeply.