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!
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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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