Before the 2015 Grammy Awards aired, I knew Katy Perry was going to feature a woman speaking of her experience with domestic abuse. I didn’t know how it was going to tie into her performance, which the speaker would be introducing, and I ran through her Prism album in my mind. I knew she had two ballads about her divorce from comedian Russell Brand, “Ghost” and … Continue reading President Obama & Katy Perry Effortlessly Addressed Domestic Abuse At The Grammys [Extended, Original Version]
Currently, we have the curious cases of singer Katy Perry and filmmaker Woody Allen. While in observation of their work, for the audience members that are of color, if they were to be honest with themselves, they likely do not view or distinguish the two as full out racists. However, they might have been viewed as possibly careless when it comes to how they have … Continue reading How Do Black People Really Feel About Katy Perry and Woody Allen?
This is the first album from Katy Perry that I fully enjoyed. One of the Boys was full of misses that played too hard on behaving so “na, na, na, na, na” to the opposite sex, but hope in that her music would match her honestly impactful vocal talent was achieved on her sophomore Teenage Dream, that time around minor skip it tracks. Prism, reflecting … Continue reading Honest Reviews: PRISM by Katy Perry