Which rational human being would ass "Tonight" as the first track? That's like looking for a restaurant and having Amy's Baking Company at the top of the list.
As always, I sadly have to announce... This is my first Kesha album. USA's "single culture" would constantly damage my experience with western artists, and even while bopping to "TiK ToK", it really wasn't enough for me to wonder what ELSE was there to listen to. After the recent events with her old producer, though, I'm very sure this album is something worth looking over.
Kesha's "High Road", aside from the aesthetically pleasing album cover, is definitely one of 2020's most intriguing releases so far. While it is being discussed how Kesha chose to englobe her past and current self, I... Don't see much difference from her common style. While the title track and "Shadow" shines the album's most truthful messages, "Honey" and "Raising Hell" are the poisoned apples of this big tree. As an artist, Kesha won't hesitate to evolve further on her composing style - But as a pop singer, it definitely was expected... A bit more. No matter how much time you keep a cake inside an oven, it'll only rise with the right ingredients.
And as a side comment, "Kinky" would have been a great single - if it was a bit more freaky.