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Chained To the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) - Single

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These are intense times, but Katy Perry is here to remind us to have fun. A breathy, bombastic blend of dancehall and disco with an empowering verse from Skip Marley—grandson of Bob Marley—the song is a plea to set aside our differences and find unity on the dance floor. She sings: "Turn it up, it’s your favorite song/Dance-dance-dance to the distortion/So put your rose-coloured glasses on/And party on."

Customer Reviews

Its a grower

Defo like it the more I listen but I was expecting Wow factor but I wasn't a fan of Roar but loved the Prism album.

Horrendous

This song is absolutely horrible like what the hell is the 'dance dance dance' part??😑

Amazing!!

Always been a Katy perry fan and have long awaited a new song since rise. Amazing comeback and hopefully the album is even better!

Biography

Born: 25 October 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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