Kesha quite knows how to get people to take notice of her. The 32-year-old TikTok singer posted a topless snap on Instagram—in a bid to promote her upcoming High Road tour. And, she didn’t stop at just that. Kesha urged fans to follow suit and get their “boobies and butts ready” for her live gig, which is slated to take place on April 23 in Sugarland, Texas.

The Instagram post, which garnered over 30k likes moments after it was uploaded, sees Kesha soaking up some sun shirtless, shielding herself from the harsh rays of the sun.

For the uninitiated, Kesha's tour was conjured up to amass the support of her new album which goes by the same name and is likely to be out January 31. On Tuesday, the singer divulged that the New Orleans-based 'bounce' artist Big Freedia would be her opening act. 

The musicians have connected in the past, already collaborating on High Road's lead single Raising Hell. Kesha, who’s been quite bold in terms of the pictures that she’s put out on her Instagram, garnered attention when uploaded a bare-faced selfie of sorts and captioned it as, “Actually just woke up”. The artiste didn’t really use a filter for the post and seemed okay to show off those freckles.

Kesha(1) Kesha flaunted a shirtless look on Instagram. Instagram

Kesha has been working on quite a few things—she recently unveiled her own makeup line titled, “Kesha Rose Beauty” Kesha, who has time and again gone against the grain believes that there isn’t a bar as such for young women to adhere to.

“It's not about looking like you've been filtered a million times on Instagram and you're perfectly symmetrical perfect human being,” she said in a recent interview with a media outlet. “It's not about anyone else's version of what you look like at all, it's all about what the person putting on the makeup wants to do, what makes them happy,” she added.

But much to her fan’s dismay, Kesha announced that the launch has been delayed via Instagram the day before Thanksgiving.

Aside from the forthcoming tour, Kesha is all. set to headline Sydney's Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras festival on February 29.