Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the singer shared a black and white image of herself in the recording booth.
"It's a miracle when someone gives you a chance at finding your voice again with no reason other than that he is a f---ing beautiful person with a heart of gold @zedd #truecolors," the 29-year-old captioned the photo
Zedd also shared a number of Instagrams of the pair in the studio, revealing, "ZEDD & KESHA - TRUE COLORS. OFFICIALLY OUT: 4/29 Music can be freedom."
The DJ later took to Twitter, sharing that he and Kesha – who is in the middle of a legal battle to be released from her contract with music producer Dr. Luke – were given permission to do the song.
"Just to clarify: We didn't use any loopholes. Kemosable / RCA gave us permission to release," Zedd wrote.
Not too long after, Luke responded to the Tweet writing, "Thanks for the clarification @Zedd."
Kesha has been open with fans through her social media networks about working on her craft, despite her ongoing legal battle with Luke.
First filing in October 2014, Kesha alleged that Luke had drugged, raped and emotionally and verbally abused her – accusations he has adamantly denied and for which he has never been charged. Most of the musician's claims were dismissed in court in early April, but the lawsuit to end her recording contract with Luke is continuing.