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Editors’ Notes

Three years after the release of Katy Perry's multiplatinum album Teenage Dream, the pop superstar boldly returns to the spotlight with PRISM. As the lead songwriter of the album’s opening track, "Roar," Perry kicks off her third studio endeavor with stadium-sized guitars, a stomping midtempo beat, and an epic sing-along hook. Perry's assertive return is underscored by other early tastes from the album, including “Dark Horse,” which features a menacing bass line, crackling beat, and a sharply styled guest verse from Juicy J. PRISM's parade of singles continues with the banging house-influenced groove and whistling hook of Perry's euphoric, party-all-night anthem “Walking on Air.”

Customer Reviews

This is going to be the best album ever

I've been a huge fan of Katy since one of the boys. I loved I kissed a girl and hot and cold. Then, When teenage dream came out I feel in love with California gurls and firework. Prism is going to be a whole new chapter and a whole new side of Katy that we've never seen before. I truly can't wait and I have a strong feeling this is going to be the best one yet!


16 songs on the deluxe yessssss ❤

expected more

she has said she was going to bring a darker music, but "roar" sounds like it belongs in "teenage dream". the song is just the basic/plain for me.


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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