Merch TrafficIf going back to work or school isn't in the cards any time soon, how about some new comfy clothes to wear while working from home? Gwen Stefani and Kesha have you covered.
New exclusive merch items from both artists have dropped via Merch Traffic, formerly Live Nation Merchandise. Gwen's new line of hoodies and tees promotes her latest singles "Slow Clap" and "Let Me Reintroduce Myself."
There are also sweats, tees, hats and scarves featuring the logo "Anaheim Hillbillies," which is a term that Gwen — who's from Anaheim, CA, duh — has been using on merch since 2016.
As for Kesha, she's got new sweats promoting her most recent album, High Road, which came out in January of 2020. A "Raising Hell" face mask is also available, after the album's lead single. Or, throw it back to 2009 with a line of merch emblazoned with a key line from Kesha's debut single "Tik Tok": "The party don't start 'til I walk in."
By Andrea Dresdale
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