Kesha is kicking off the Fourth of July by celebrating her Independence as an artist with a new single.

The song is called "Joyride" and is the first taste of new music that fans have had since she released her Gag Order album in 2023.

"I couldn’t have made it through without all of you. now we joyride," the singer shared on Twitter ahead of the release of the song.

Prior to the release of the song, Kesha was seen out and about with different vehicles and filling up at gas stations in order to promote the song.

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Along with the new song, Kesha shared the lyric video for the track. The clip features tons of fiery visuals as well as trucks in it. The track was written by Madison Love and Zhone as well as Kesha.

"Rev my engine ’til you make it purr / Keep it kinky, but I come first / Beep-beep, b--ch, I'm outside / Get in, loser, for the joyride," she sings on the chorus of the song.

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Notably, the song is the first release from Kesha since she went independent as an artist. Previously, she was signed to RCA records.

However, after her contract was up, she celebrated the occasion by sharing a series of posts on social media.

"Freedom, I’ve been waiting for you. Everything’s changed now, we haven’t talked in a while," the first one said.

"March 6, 2024. First day I've owned my voice in 19 years. Welcome," Kesha said in a second post to Twitter.

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