With a decade of chart-topping songs under her belt, Kesha is ready to start raising hell — pun intended — in the beauty industry as well.

“I just love the transformative quality of what makeup can do for people,” the “Tik Tok” singer tells Teen Vogue. “It’s not about looking perfect; it’s about embracing and enhancing what you already love about yourself, and having fun with it too.”

Social distancing at her home in Los Angeles, Kesha is three months out from the release of her latest album, High Road, which includes the songs “Raising Hell,” “Birthday Suit,” and “Kinky” — the last featuring a collab with “Ke$ha,” as an homage to her persona during the Animal and Cannibal eras. With a different David Bowie record playing in the background practically at all times, Kesha is doing her utmost to stay positive and creative during these troublesome…

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