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Katy Perry doesn't sell music with nasty lyrics because she wants to. She only does that so she can make money. Looks like she wants to be as rich as Bill Gates so she can buy stuff like a Rolls-Royce Phantom, A luxury mansion, a motor coach, and even a BladeSystem with Windows Server or commercial enterprise Linux, and go to Monte Carlo, Monaco. Either that or her management team pushed her, or there was a contract with a record label. I don't like to attack people, I really mean it. I suppose it's the people of the record label and management team that want money for stuff like what I listed, not Katy. Well, the management team and record label should stop that pushing and should give her more freedom. Wouldn't it be nice if the artist wasn't dependent on the record label and the management team, and she could do whatever she wants, and the music was 100% hers? But that's not the case. Keep the pop style, but please go back to decent lyrics. I'd also really like Katy Perry to use synth. A Roland JP-8000. It's all about money, and it shouldn't be. Hollywood and the music industry should stop thinking about just money and start thinking about quality and greatness. Yes, they can still make money, because money is needed to make great music and movies, but money and production shouldn't be primary. It should be secondary to quality and greatness. It is better to make great music and get little money from that than it is to make bad music and get tons of money from it. Like the Good Book Says, "It is better to be poor and kind than it is to be rich and wicked" - Proverbs 28:6. I know what you're going to say - it's religion. But I believe that the Lord God is real. Let's get and promote independent music. Let's buy and promote non-Hollywood movies. I'd really like to be professional in reviews.
I really like the music in your song but you sound a little tired and I think for kids and maybe some grownups you could make you voice a little more funny like the chipettes. But you could keep the one you already made and just make a new one. From Annabel M Petrizzo
As a non stan of Katy's I do enjoy her pop material, but this is takes the cake to being my favorite. This is Katy's best album. A sound that suits her so well, that she never shoudve ditched for pop, it just suits and compliments her voice so well! I hope she goes back to writing more of these songs and brings back the true classic in her.
Her music was so real and honest way back when and this album proves it. Her highest point was her album Teenage Dream believe it or not, California Girls was real! She's a California Girl and she's definitely unforgettable but sex on the beach may not be accurate but it's still her old teasing self from Ur So Gay and I Kissed A Girl. Prism has a few major songs here and there and some of them were real but This is How we Do? Come on. I was tempted to purchase it (which I did) because it's catchy but Rise? No no no. Sorry Katy but you're not like anyone else. You're a pearl.
If you think this is a really fun and cute album then think again. This album has really inappropriate songs about love and life of a gay. It's just wrong and weird. I'm so disappointed in Katy. She has other great songs like roar or grace of god but she really went low. I miss the old Katy. Anyway, I do not recommend this album. It's just not good at all. Sorry Katy.
Her voice on studio sounds very different when live, specially when she sings "Hot 'n Cold". But her voice has improved these days tho. Half of the songs are meaningless, senseless. But good experimental blending of songs. I suggest you listen to Prism instead.