Kesha’s Powerful Performance Is The One The Grammys Needed

Kesha stole the show during Weekend night’ s Grammy Awards.  

The singer-songwriter performed her psychological ballad “ Praying” alongside other artists Cyndi Lauper,   Camila Cabello, Bebe Rexha, Julia Michaels, Andra Day and others. The functionality began with the lights dimmed regarding two dozen women wearing white-colored onstage and harmonizing: “ Occasionally, I pray for you at night. At some point, maybe you’ ll see the gentle. ”  

The performance has been emotional, powerful and cathartic, particularly in light of the night’ s Time’ s Up theme that directed many stars to  wear white roses to support the anti-sexual harassment effort. Kesha wrote “ Praying” following a tumultuous lawful battle with the girl former producer Lukasz “ Doctor Luke” Gottwald, whom she charged of sexual assault and battery pack.

When the song finally ended, Kesha teared up and all of the women onstage accepted in an emotional hug .  

Watch the full performance below.  

A few minutes right after performing, Kesha thanked the women who else performed with her in a twitter update.

Actress Janelle Monae introduced Kesha with a powerful statement.  

“ Tonight I am proud to remain in solidarity as not just a good artist, but a young woman along with my fellow sisters in this space who make up the music industry, ” Monae told the crowd. “ Artists, writers, assistants, publicists, CEOs, producers, engineers, women from most sectors of the business. We are furthermore daughters, wives, mothers, sisters plus human beings. We come in peace, yet we mean business. And to people who would dare try to silence all of us, we offer you two words: Time’ s up. ”  

Kesha explained in a tweet posted upon Saturday just how much it meant to the girl that she was performing  “ Praying” at Sunday’ s Grammys.  

“ When I wrote praying, with Ben Abraham and Thomas Lewis, I just felt as if I put gotten a huge weight off of our shoulders, ” she tweeted. “ It felt like an emotional natural victory for myself, one phase closer to healing. I never might have known what would’ ve occurred these past few years. ”


In the July 2017 essay for Lenny Letter, Kesha explained what the psychological and personal song was about.  

“ This song is all about coming to feel empathy for another person even if they hurt you or even scare you. It’ s the song about learning to be happy with the person you are even during lower moments when you feel alone, ”   she  wrote . “ It’ h also about hoping everyone, actually someone who hurt you, can recover. ”  

The riveting performance was not dropped on viewers. Many people tweeted just how moved they were by the song as well as the beautiful performance.