The female bill was as wide-ranging in all corners of pop as Perry’s latest effort, “Prism,” so not only was the benefit concert Perry’s creation, it also served as a celebration of the new album.
After two varying performances on last week’s (Oct. 12) episode of Saturday Night Live, Katy Perry has released a stream of ‘Prism,’ which you can listen to in its entirety four days ahead of the official October 22th release date.
Katy Perry is stopping at nothing to promote her forthcoming album Prism. In fact, she’s even using Morse code.
For her Saturday Night Live appearance this time around, Katy Perry did not even attempt any jokes. It was all business, with two heavily themed performances of “Prism” tracks “Roar” and “Walking on Air.”
“I think it’s a universal love song that everyone’s going to be able to relate to no matter the age, no matter male or female.”
The fan-chosen new single basically has a pre-chorus for a chorus, and Juicy J stays trippy.
It’s not as flashy as Katy Perry’s giant gold Prism truck, but it looks like John Mayer wasn’t content to let his girlfriend Katy Perry have all the fun.
The album was recorded in both San Monica, California and Stockholm, Sweden, where she worked with Swedish songwriter and producer Klas Ahlund. Perry admitted that another Swede, Robyn, was a big influence on her new album.
Lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! Katy Perry enlists a wide range of jungle creatures in her new music video for “Roar.”
Using Twitter, last week Perry asked fans to tweet their choice of her next single. Fans had the choice of the slower ballad “Dark Horses” which features Juicy J or the dance club heavy “Walking On Air.”