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Dark Horse (feat. Juicy J)


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Customer Reviews

Doesn't fit the song

The song is a dark, trap-influenced slow jam. The video is Teenage Dream-era bright colors, weird humor (eating Red Hot Doritios????) set in Egypt.

I don't even know. But it doesn't work.

I don't understand it

I was expecting a much darker video to be honest. I was thrown off by the fact it's an Ancient Egyptian theme too when she's talking about Aphrodite... I thought it also a little offensive when she brought stripper poles into the scene. Also didn't like the Marilyn Monroe reference, it was irrelevant. The modern twists with hydraulics and sneakers on the guys doesn't make sense either. Just a messy video :(

Cool effects, but not her video.


What a mess of a music video. The song is amazing and had such amazing potential to be one of the best music videos, but miserably failed. This looks like it was filmed in less than a day and it makes no sense what so ever. Disappointed.


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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