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Three years since the release of Katy Perry’s multi-platinum album, Teenage Dream, the pop superstar was set to unveil PRISM. The opening track, “Roar,” delivers stadium-sized guitars, a stomping midtempo beat, and an epic sing-along hook. As the lead songwriter, Perry commands the spotlight with more authority than ever.

Customer Reviews


i can tell by roar and dark horse that this album is going to be amazing

Luv it

I love it

So impressed!

After listening to Dark Horse and Walking on Air, I thought the songs were good but not katy's best work. So I didn't have much expectations for this album if those were the best songs. However, after listening to the samples, I realize I was completely wrong! Every song is freaking amazing and I relate to every single one of them. It's perfect, by far her best work. My favorite song is by the grace of god. I think it's a beautiful and tells such a heart wrenching story. My other favorites are legendary lovers, unconditionally, this is how we do, ghost, international smile, double rainbow and this moment. I love this so much and cannot wait for this to come out so I can buy it!


Born: October 25, 1984 in Santa Barbara, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brandishing a wink, a coo, and cleavage with the aplomb of an assassin, Katy Perry created a distinctly new millennial pop persona: a Disney princess as imagined by Madonna. Flirty and bodacious, Perry sometimes skirted with taboos -- she sneered on her first single "Ur So Gay" (punch line: "and you don't even like boys"), she gasped "I Kissed a Girl" and she liked it -- and that willingness to be controversial certainly put her on the pop culture radar, but the reason she stayed there was her knack...
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