Kesha performs onstage during the 2016 Billboard Music Awards Getty

After spending considerable time away from the limelight, American pop star Kesha is back with full force. She recently dropped her new single, Woman, from the upcoming album Rainbow along with an empowering essay explaining her inspirations.

And like most celebrities, the songstress took to social media to share a glimpse of her new work with her followers. Teasing the song, however, Kesha went all guns blazing and treated her fans to a sultry topless image.

"I just really f*****g love being a woman," she wrote alongside adding, "I wanted an anthem for anyone else who wants to yell about being self-sufficient and strong. (yes, men, this song can be for you too)".

The 30-year-old singer appeared to be channeling a free-spirited look as she revealed some skin in the steamy post. While she flaunted colorful body art on head and cheeks, she had her bare breasts covered in a layer of glitter.

Even her long locks that were left loose to cover her modesty left little to imagination.

One fan gushed, "This picture is angelic and other worldly." Soon, others too flocked to the social media to complement on her sultry looks and the hot new single.

"Every time I listen to praying I get goose bumps. Girl you're amazing," an admirer shared , while a second brought the conversation back to her flawless image. "You go girl," the fan wrote.

Most of Kesha's loyalists, however, couldn't be happier that their "idol" was back in action again. "Thanks for being my idol since I was like 6 because my mom had all Animal, and I jammed everyday," someone shared, while another added, "Thank you @iiswhoiis for spreading a message of strength and hope with such poise and grace. You are an inspiration to all."

The Tik Tok hitmaker had been in the news due to her sexual assault lawsuit against music producer Dr Luke in October 2016. Since the long-drawn battle, Kesha has mostly stayed away from the public eyes only to scale back now with her new music and an inspirational message.

Read her full Rolling Stone essay here.