There are infinite reasons to love "Learn To Let Go". First of all, Kesha wrote the song with her mom, Pebe Sebert. Writing a hit single is undoubtedly the coolest possible example of mother-daughter bonding. The video itself features Kesha's family life as well, kicking off with adorable home videos of Kesha dancing, running through her wooded backyard, and hamming it up for the camera, long before she was a famous pop star. An adult Kesha in a flashy teal pantsuit re-enacts the carefree scenes from the home videos and dances away any fear of the "boogie-man under the bed". I dare you to watch this video without breaking into a hopeful smile.
Kesha accompanied "Learn To Let Go" with a letter about finding peace in life despite the trials of the past. She speaks about a friend whose joy and beauty reminded her that, "...even though we all go through tough things in our lives, we all have the ability to make the decision to just let it go and move forward...Your past only has as much effect on your future as you want it to". Kesha shows grace and an amazingly positive mindset throughout this letter, in which she offers "Learn To Let Go" as a gift to her faithful fans. She described her upcoming album, Rainbow, as her first musical release that will reflect her genuine self, and so far it's looking to be her best work yet.
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