Kesha Had to Drop Her Case Against Dr. Luke in an Effort to Save Her Career

Having first filed against Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) two years ago, pop singer Kesha has this week dropped her Californian lawsuit against her alleged abuser in an effort to see out her contract with Sony and Kemosabe records, which still holds her to her obligations of putting out five albums worth of commercially viable material.

In hopes to get her career back on track, which it was previously discussed as impossible without an injunction against Gottwald, Kesha has provided her record label with 28 new songs.

She has also scaled back her actions against Luke, dropping her case in California, where it has been on hold for just over a year. Despite this new development, the singer has stated that she will continue to pursue appeals in New York following the dismissal of her sexual abuse claims against the pop-producer.