Kesha has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming series on her social media. It is titled ‘Conjuring’ and sees her as a serial killer who kills people by conjuring them. The trailer features some of the most popular songs from Kesha like Die Young, TiK ToK, and Blah Blah Blah. This shows that she will be releasing more music with the show which is due to appear in 2018.
The trailer opens with a short intro to the show. “I would not want to vanish any longer,” she adds. Love is dangerous. And it’s never overrated.” She then states that she has tied her life up in knots, tying her wounds together and saying she is tied up in such a way that she can heal them but only by killing. This is later followed by a few shots of Kesha rocking out on stage with black smoke behind her.
The storyline of the Conjuring Kesha
The story of the Conjuring has undergone countless transformations over the years during its journey from Hollywood to the big screen. It’s been adapted into dozens of different films and TV shows, including a version in which James Wan was an executive producer. But it would appear that there is one film that is not getting any love – and that’s because Warner Bros. didn’t have rights to it originally.
As you may have guessed, this storyline involves none other than “Ticketmaster”. That’s right, the world-famous ticketing agency featured in the Conjuring movies is a real place that Warner Bros. has tried to get to before. The story begins in 2004 when Wan was still working on his debut film “The Cradle of Life” and decided to try and acquire rights to “Ticketmaster”. He looked around at what had been made so far and found that many of them were adaptations of Stephen King’s stories, including “Salem’s Lot”.
In the upcoming ‘Conjuring Kesha series, Kesha will explore the supernatural
Fans of Kesha know that the singer is not afraid to experiment with different sounds and genres, often drawing from her spiritual and supernatural life for inspiration. From the time she lived in a haunted house to following a New Age guru for six months, you never quite know what she’s going to do next — which is why it comes as no surprise that Kesha has found herself drawn back into the world of witchcraft and magic.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the singer revealed that she has two songs that were influenced by witchcraft and magic. Kesha remarked, “I wrote the music featuring vampy noises as well as feelings.”
About the Conjuring Kesha
The first track is produced by Swae Lee, while the other is produced by Dr. Luke who, according to Kesha, “makes a lot of witchy music” as well. Those two songs are in addition to the other two tracks she did with Ricky Reed, which were more pop-rock-focused. It seems like Kesha has a very diverse batch of songs for her upcoming album Rainbow, which is due out on August 11th. Although Kesha did not reveal what the witchy tracks sound like, she did say that they are “probably gonna end up on one of my albums or something.
Conjuring Kesha and a Sneak Peek at Ghostober on Discovery+ and Travel Channel
What was the top moment of your week?
Mine was definitely when I stumbled upon a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of Ghostober. It was a thrill to see all the paranormal activity, even if it didn’t amount to too much, and to see Kesha in action. The preview did not disappoint. If you are like me, probably doing nothing but making dinner and watching television this weekend, you may have seen it as well: Discovery is airing a new show starring singer/songwriter Kesha called “Discovery+”.
What is a little surprising about the show is that Kesha has filmed for Ghost Adventures; she has been featured in a handful of episodes, including in Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Gettysburg. In each episode of Discovery+, we are treated to a brief history lesson about American culture, followed by some paranormal events. The first episode features music and history surrounding the Civil War era, which results in the spirits of two Confederate soldiers coming back to get revenge on their killers.
So, what do you think about the Conjuring Kesha?