Kesha 'Learn To Let Go' by Isaac Ravishankara
Kesha revisits her childhood memories on tape in this nostalgic, hopeful video by Isaac Ravishankara.
In her third video in a month, Kesha's VHS childhood memories come alive in a hazy, rainbow-kissed enchanted forest, and the more we explore the past, the more relevance it has on the future. A colourful celebration like we've come to expect of the Kesha long-overdue renaissance.
|Director's Representation||Caroline Clayton|
|Director of Photography||Kevin Hayden|
|Editing company||Rock Paper Scissors|
|Executive Producer||Nathan Scherrer|
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