Kesha can't record music outside of her contract with Dr. Luke and, ultimately Sony. However, that doesn't mean she can't sing an original tune for her fans.

Mark Geragos, Kesha's lawyer, posted a video on Friday morning (February 26), of the "Your Love is My Drug" singer expressing her gratitude for her fans and supporters of the #FreeKesha movement with a short acapella tune. “A special thanks to everyone who has had her back #animals,” her lawyer posted on Twitter with the video.

The clip is a closeup shot of the pop artist, who is playing the piano as she sings, "Oh, I don't know what I would do without you / I don’t know where I would be without."

After the court ruling that denied her injunction request against Dr. Luke, Kesha not only cancelled a previously scheduled concert in Chicago but also reportedly flew to the Bahamas to lay low for the time being.

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