The Sony Corporation has finally addressed the high-publicity legal battle between pop singer Kesha and producer Dr. Luke. Scott A. Edelman, one of the company’s attorneys, spoke to The New York Times, and revealed Sony’s standpoint and thoughts on this controversial subject.
In other words, Kesha has a contract with Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records, which is under Dr. Luke’s Kasz Money production company. Therefore, Sony is not involved even though Kemosabe is Sony’s subsidiary.
Kesha is bound to a six-album deal in her contract.
In the legal documents she issued against the veteran music producer and guitarist, the “Tik Tok” songstress alleged that the producer was abusive toward her, both mentally and physically, and that he even raped her at one point.
They have been working together for 10 years.