Kesha Rose Sebert, known simply as Kesha, is a multi-talented American singer, rapper, lyricist, and actress. Born on March 1, 1987, in Los Angeles, California, Kesha has achieved remarkable success in the music industry.
Her debut single, “Tik Tok,” became a massive hit and remains one of the best-selling digital singles worldwide. With a record of selling 141 million records globally and 84.5 million records in the United States, Kesha has become one of the most successful artists in the industry.
Kesha’s early life was marked by her interest in music from a young age. She attended Franklin High School and Brentwood High School, where her unconventional style made her feel like she didn’t fit in. Her mother, Rosemary Patricia Pebe Sebert, was a singer and songwriter of German and Hungarian descent.
In her personal life, Kesha is open about her sexual orientation as bisexual. She has struggled with eating disorders and has been vocal about her experiences, including blaming Dr. Luke for forcing her to lose weight under contractual obligations.
In her professional life, Kesha began pursuing a career in music at a young age, writing songs and passing demos to people in the music industry. She signed with Kemosabe Records at the age of 18 and later with RCA Records, launching her debut album with the hit single “Tik Tok.” She continued to release successful albums and faced challenges, including a legal battle with Dr. Luke and struggles with eating disorders.
Despite the obstacles, Kesha has achieved numerous awards and accolades, including the Billboard Women in Music Trailblazer Award, BMI Pop Awards, and MTV Europe Music Award for Best New Act. Her net worth is estimated to be around $5 million as of 2020.
Kesha’s musical journey has been marked by hits like “Tik Tok,” “Blow,” “Praying,” and “Good Old Days.” She continues to shine as a talented artist and remains a beloved figure in the music industry.