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Prism

by Katy Perry

Prism by Katy Perry

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Prism

by Katy Perry

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Label: Capitol Records
Prism doesn't stick its tongue out or drape itself in post-Warhol signifiers -- the record is consistent and professional and will appeal to all those who loved any of Teenage Dream's five No. 1 hits. But listen closely and you'll find that it's still plenty weird: Within six songs, we get a Prince-inspired jammer, a vocal house throwback, evidence that Dr. Luke has purchased new hip-hop snare samples, and even a Juicy J guest verse. Only one person could have made this album, and now everyone from your nephew to your grandma will try to get down to it.

About This Album

Prism doesn't stick its tongue out or drape itself in post-Warhol signifiers -- the record is consistent and professional and will appeal to all those who loved any of Teenage Dream's five No. 1 hits. But listen closely and you'll find that it's still plenty weird: Within six songs, we get a Prince-inspired jammer, a vocal house throwback, evidence that Dr. Luke has purchased new hip-hop snare samples, and even a Juicy J guest verse. Only one person could have made this album, and now everyone from your nephew to your grandma will try to get down to it.

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About This Album

Prism doesn't stick its tongue out or drape itself in post-Warhol signifiers -- the record is consistent and professional and will appeal to all those who loved any of Teenage Dream's five No. 1 hits. But listen closely and you'll find that it's still plenty weird: Within six songs, we get a Prince-inspired jammer, a vocal house throwback, evidence that Dr. Luke has purchased new hip-hop snare samples, and even a Juicy J guest verse. Only one person could have made this album, and now everyone from your nephew to your grandma will try to get down to it.