On the Brooklyn stop of her F*ck The World Tour, Kesha (along with her band the Creepies) performed "You Don't Own Me," by Lesley Gore, a song that basically sums up her fight against Sony and record producer Dr. Luke. This footage of the same song is from her August performance in Louisville, Kentucky.
In the clip, she says, "Since I can't put out my own new music right now, this song took some words right out of my [BLEEP] mouth."
She started the Brooklyn show off by saying, "Anything outside of these four walls doesn't matter tonight. I'm talking about rent. I'm talking about homework. I'm talking about your shitty ex-boyfriend. I'm talking about my lawsuit. F*ck that!" She also told her fans how much she missed them.
In place of the new songs that she claims do exist ("I can't share my new music with you, and I can't wait for that. Pray that day will come."), she played covers along with her own songs, including "Nightclubbing," by Iggy Pop (which she proclaimed her "favorite song of all time,"), "Jolene," by Dolly Parton, and "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You," a country classic written by her own mother, Pebe Sebert.