Dr Luke

Noisey News

Dr. Luke Still Casts A Shadow Over Kim Petras’ Success

The Charli XCX collaborator was nominated for a GLAAD award. But should organisations like GLAAD be honouring artists who work with alleged abusers?
Shaad D’Souza
Noisey News

Pink Doesn't Feel That Bad for Dr Luke

She said so in a recent interview, where she spoke about refusing to work with the producer.
Lauren O'Neill
ask a smart person

A Lawyer Explains How to Take a Sexual Misconduct Case to Court in the Music Industry

We talk to civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom​, who has represented accusers of Bill O’Reilly, Bill Cosby, and Donald Trump, about what's needed, what happens, and what's at stake when trying sexual harassment and assault.
Andrea Domanick
Noisey News

Sony Has Reportedly Cut Ties with Dr. Luke

While the legal battle over sexual assault allegations made by Kesha against the producer rages on.
Lawrence Burney
Noisey News

Newly Released Emails Allege Dr Luke's Attempts to Control Kesha

The correspondence between Dr Luke and Kesha's manager, Monica Cornia, was excerpted by Page Six.
Alex Robert Ross
we saw this

Kesha Is Great and If You Didn't See Her Live You Totally Suuuuuuuuck Dude

"I think some people were thinking I would just sit around, waiting to die. That somebody fucked with the wrong woman.”
Annalise Domenighini

Kesha Drops California Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Dr. Luke

The singer continues to pursue a similar case in New York, and delivered 28 new tracks to Dr. Luke's label in hopes of releasing an album.
Andrea Domanick
Noisey News

Kesha Can Now Perform at the Billboard Awards, Because Dr. Luke Said So

The producer's label says it "has obtained assurances" that Kesha and her supporters won't mention use the performance "as a platform."
Alex Robert Ross

Kesha Stated Sony Offered Her "Freedom" From Label If She Recants Rape Allegations

"I will not take back the TRUTH."
John Hill
Breaking News

Kesha Posts Statement About Legal Case on Facebook: "This Is About Being Free from My Abuser"

"All I ever wanted was to be able to make music without being afraid, scared, or abused," Kesha wrote on Facebook.
Kyle Kramer

How We're Failing Kesha

The court’s rejection of Kesha’s injunction against Dr. Luke is a cold reminder that sexism in the music industry is deeply institutionalized.
Kat George
Breaking News

Judge Reportedly Sides with Sony, Refusing to Allow Kesha Out of Her Contract with Dr. Luke

The judge claims she’s been given the opportunity to record and as there has been no “irreparable harm,” there is no reason to let her go from her contract to work with Dr. Luke.
Annalise Domenighini