Review: Katy Perry “PRISM”
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Pop singer Katy Perry made her fourth studio album PRISM, the 16-track record that is out this Tuesday (Oct. 22) available to listen to for free this week on iTunes Radio and she returned with her usual pop style but with some electronic dance music (EDM) flare.
The album opens with Katy Perry’s recent hit single “Roar” and continues to bring fun empowering pop songs on each song of the album.
Katy Perry has had nine No. 1 singles since 2008 and this album is sure to have some with songs like “Walking on Air” and “Birthday” that bring back a ’90s kind of feel cooperating techno beats, with catchy, fun lyrics that make you want to dance.
Other tracks such as, “This is How We Do” is bound to be the girl’s anthem for the end of year, with lyrics focused on just being yourself and doing your own thing.
With slowed down love songs like “Double Rainbow” and “Unconditionally” these songs showcase Katy Perry’s voice and are genuinely good songs with heart-felt lyrics.
“Ghost” is one of my favorites on the album and mostly likely reflects on her past relationship with Russell Brand, but the song is great with a powerful chorus.
My least favorite song was “Dark Horse” a fan favorite, to me including rapper Juicy J ruined the song, but I do like the instrumentals in the song.
Personally her previous album Teenage Dream is still my favorite but I have no complaints, this is a definitely a second contender with number one hits in the future, Katy Perry fans will not be disappointed, this album will be on repeat in my music library for sure.
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