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Sony Says They're Working On A New Kesha Album Despite Dr. Luke Drama!

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It looks like there's hope for Kesha's career after all!

On Friday, Sony Music told BuzzFeed News that they're actually working on a new album from the pop princess!

Related: Judge Seals Kesha's Medical Records In Dr. Luke Legal Drama

While the singer had previously been denied her injunction bid to get out of her recording contract with alleged sexual abuser Dr. Luke, it appears all hope is not lost.

Sony opened up about the potential project in a statement, saying:

"Creating a new album takes time, and everyone's goal is to deliver a high quality album consistent with Kesha's past releases. We hope to share exciting new music with Kesha's fans soon."

Since her courtroom loss, the 29-year-old has released a collaboration with Zedd and teased a "f*ck off" duet with an unnamed Grammy-winner.

Plus, her legal team said back in August that the songstress had submitted almost 30 new tracks to Luke's Kemosabe Records.

And, Sony is insisting that everyone involved is working "to keep the process moving forward."

However, the TiK ToK performer's attorney, Daniel Petrocelli, isn't entirely convinced that Sony is serious, saying progress hadn't been made until after their most recent court appearance:

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Judge Who Threw Out Kesha's Case Against Sony Is MARRIED To A Lawyer With Ties To The Company — WHAT??

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Something smells fishy here…

On Tuesday, it was reported that Kesha may've never stood a chance in her case against Dr. Luke last April as the New York Supreme Court Justice who presided over the legal matter had ties to Sony and RCA. Wait, WHAT??

According to Page Six, judge Shirley Kornreich is married to a lawyer named Ed Kornreich — who just happens to be a partner at Proskauer Rose, a firm who has the record label as a client. Whoa.

Related: Kesha Pens A Heartfelt Post To Her Fans!

In case you forgot, the Tik Tok singer took on Kemosabe Records (which was founded by Luke and is owned by Sony) when she attempted to

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Ben Folds Opens Up About Kesha's Dr. Luke Drama & Says Their Performance At The Billboard Music Awards Was Her 'Declaration Of Independence!'

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Kesha really is taking her life back.

On Sunday, the pop princess earned a standing ovation after slaying a powerful performance of Bob Dylan's It Ain't Me Babe alongside Ben Folds and violinist Rob Moose.

Everyone was eagerly awaiting the 29-year-old's time on the T-Mobile Arena stage, considering Dr. Luke had almost banned her from singing during the show.

Related: Kesha Thanks Fans For Support!

On Monday, the former Ben Folds Five frontman opened up to Billboard about their emotional collaboration, explaining that the Sony producer screwed up their original plan by pulling the plug:

"We were slated to do it for weeks, and [last week] she was heading over to my house and we were getting ready to practice and I got the word that it was in fact canceled. Rob Moose [of yMusic], who played violin [at the BBMAs], and I had arranged it for a small chamber ensemble. And [during the Orpheum performance last week], it went over really well. But then we got the call: 'Actually, you're on [for the BBMAs], bring the ensemble.' 'Oh, we can't because they're all on airplanes now,' so Rob and I just pared it down."

But the 49-year-old admitted that the TiK ToK artist didn't have any intention of calling out her alleged abuser at the ceremony.

He explained why the singer kept her promise to leave the Kemosabe Records label head out of her TV time, saying:

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Kesha's Mom GOES OFF On NY Judge Who Denied Her Daughter's Injunction After Dr. Luke Cancels The Singer's Billboard Music Awards Performance!

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Kesha has already reacted to her cancelled Billboard Music Awards performance, but now it's her mom's turn to sound off on the controversial call.

And to say she's not happy is a HUGE understatement.

On Wednesday, Pebe Sebert took to Twitter to call out the people responsible for pulling the plug on her daughter's upcoming performance. And believe it or not, she's not taking aim at Dr. Luke — well, not directly.

Related: Kesha Told Dr. Luke Her Performance Wasn't About Him!

The 60-year-old went on social media to completely slam the American legal system, firing shots at the New York judge who denied the pop star her injunction bid to get out of a contract with her alleged abuser.

And while the Kemosabe label head was the one who decided to yank Kesha from the show, the momma-of-three decided to place blame on the woman who allowed the Sony producer to continue controlling her daughter's career, writing:

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Dr. Luke Fires Back At Kelly Clarkson, Says She Just Didn't Want To 'Take Direction'! See Who's Agreeing With Him!

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Dr. Luke is getting on the defensive amid his ongoing legal battle with Kesha.

On Monday, Kelly Clarkson said the music producer was "not a good person" in a radio interview, revealing she was "blackmailed" by her label to work with him!

Now, a spokesman for the Kemosabe Records founder has hit back at the Piece By Piece songstress — and is saying that she ain't no picnic to work with either!

Related: Lady GaGa Says Kesha Is Being 'Very Publicly Shamed' For Her Claims Against Dr. Luke!

According to Digital Spy, the mega-producer's spokesperson responded with an excerpt from Sony Music chief Clive Davis' 2013 memoir The Soundtrack to My Life — which notes that Clarkson "didn't like" taking direction in the recording studio.

The excerpt explains that Luke and his songwriting partner Max Martin were "very strong, hands-on producers in the studio," and butted heads with the American Idol winner:

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Kesha Shares A Sweet, Short New Song Thanking Her Supporters Amid Legal Battle With Dr. Luke! Watch The Heartwarming Clip!

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She couldn't do it without her fans!

Kesha has received a TON of support from fans and fellow artists after being denied her injunction bid last week to get out of her contract with Dr. Luke.

In support of the #FreeKesha movement, the Blow singer's fans protested outside Sony's New York City headquarters on Friday to boycott Dr. Luke's recording label Kemosabe Records.

And to thank her animals for their support during the ongoing legal battle, the pop star recorded a short clip of herself singing a new song (sort of)!

Related: Sony Says Only Dr. Luke Can Terminate Kesha's Contract!

Shared from her lawyer Mark Geragos' Twitter, Kesha belted out the short tune with the help of an off-camera guitarist!

We love how the songstress went out of her way to thank her fans — especially since she can't record new music until this legal mess is over.

Ch-ch-check out the clip (below)!

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Sony's Lawyer Says Dr. Luke Is The Only One Who Can Terminate Kesha's Contract!

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This isn't great news for Kesha.

After the 28-year-old was denied her injunction bid to get out of her contract with Dr. Luke, she took to Facebook to pen a lengthy statement about the controversial case.

In her post, she explained that she is still willing to work with Sony, who owns the producer's Kemosabe Records label, as long as the company is able to break the bond between her and the music maker.

Related: Kesha Supporters Are Planning To Protest Sony!

However, an attorney for the corporation told the New York Times that while they aren't requiring the pop princess to work with her alleged abuser, they aren't able to eradicate her contract with him, saying:

"Sony has made it possible for Kesha to record without any connection, involvement or interaction with Luke whatsoever, but Sony is not in a position to terminate the contractual relationship between Luke and Kesha."

In fact, the legal rep admitted that only her supposed assailant can be the one to free her from her binding agreement, because she's signed to a separate deal with Luke's production company, Kasz Money.

The lawyer added:

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