WATCH: Kesha recreates old home movies in 'Learn to Let Go' music video
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Pop superstar Kesha premiered the music video for "Learn to Let Go" on July 27. She recreates old home videos in colorful clip.

"Learn to Let Go" is one of the songs on Kesha's upcoming album, Rainbow. It follows lead single "Praying" and "Woman" featuring The Dap-Kings. Kesha penned "Learn" with her mother Pebe Sebert while Ricky Reed, the guy behind hits by Jason Derulo and Meghan Trainor, produced the track. Considering her tumultuous past few years, Kesha reflects and decides to moves on. Returning to synth-ier sounds, she belts, "I've been through hell and back / Yeah, it's honestly made who I am / Holding on's a waste of time." The plucky pop tune packs a punch with a reinvigorated Kesha at the forefront.

In the music video for "Learn to Let Go," Kesha lays on a couch and watches old home movies of herself as a child. The 30-year-old singer gets so immersed in the memories that she finds herself recreating those precious moments and dance moves in an enchanting forest. It's a pretty adorable and empowering watch. "Learn to Let Go" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Rainbow will be released on Aug. 11.