"Forever grateful to Zedd and all of YOU for making ‘True Colors' possible," the Warrior singer wrote on Instagram on Sunday, May 1. "Baby steps. All I want to do is make music. Hope to be able to really get back to work and record an album soon. But this feels great. This is why I'm here. I had forgot the feeling."
This marks the second thank-you note Kesha wrote since "True Colors" came out. The first, a photo of her (perfectly manicured) hand over her heart, included tagged shout-outs to fans and celebrities -- Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus, to name a few -- who supported her throughout her legal battle against producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald.
"I've never been so full of gratitude in my entire life," Kesha captioned the above pic. "There are really no words my loves. You have fought for me for no reason and you have successfully changed my life. YOU have been there for me through a time I thought, at many different times, I couldn't live through. I couldn't fathom being on the other side. And here we are. Thanks to YOU. Every one of you. Please know that my gratitude is beyond words and I will remember this forever till the day I die."
And because two sweet notes weren't enough, Kesha also thrilled fans with an Instagram video of her singing "True Colors" a capella. The song itself is a powerful anthem about strength and resilience, but this stripped-down snippet is even more raw and emotional than the original.
Keep doing you, Kesha. We can't wait to see what you have in store for us next.