Content warning: abuse and sexual violence.
Kesha is locked into an exclusive contract with the man she says abused her, producer Dr. Luke, whose record label, Kemosabe Records, is owned by Sony.
Hundreds of thousands of us have stood up to Sony and have demanded that it release her from this horrific contract.
But Sony hasn't budged. So, we're crashing a huge music industry insider event -- no-one attending will be able to miss our message. But we need your support to pull it off.
Will you donate now to help free Kesha?
We can't tell you the exact details of what we have planned just yet, but almost every major music industry figure attends this high-profile event.
And we've managed to find a great way in that the music industry -- and Sony -- won't be able to ignore.
Sony could end all of this now. By releasing Kesha from her contract with Dr Luke, the man she says abused her, Sony will show it takes victims of sexual assault seriously. It'll say to the whole music industry that artists won't be entrapped in contracts that endanger their safety for the sake of profits.
Thousands of fans have spoken up in support of Kesha, along with artists like Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and Kelly Clarkson. Our community has joined them in force.
Now we're taking things to the next level, but we need your help.
Could you donate today to help free Kesha?