Katy Perry: Prism Album Review + Sales Projections
Our dear Katy has definitely grown up since ‘Teenage Dream‘.
Prism has a much darker tone than her last release. Partially in response to her split with ex husband Russell Brand.
The album starts with lead single ‘Roar‘ and depending if you bought the standard or deluxe edition, ends with ‘By The Grace of God‘ or ‘Choose Your Battles‘ respectively.
Prism is filled with heart felt and introspective ballads, delivered by angelic vocals. Prism sees Katy trade in her idealistic ‘Teenage Dream‘ love for a more believable romance, further maturing the nature of this album.
On the track ‘Ghost‘ Katy paints a vivid picture of her ugly divorce from Brand, while on ‘By The Grace Of God‘ she details the effect the divorce has had on her personal life. And although the album is an arsenal of potential chart toppers, the album remains personally intimate.
The albums venerable moments peel back the curtain into the world of Katy, a world the ‘Part of Me‘ movie vaguely exposed.
Overall, the album leaves the listener wanting more… More secrets, more heart felt ballads, more world of Katy!
- Dark Horse (Feat, Juicy J)
- Love Me
- By The Grace Of God
Prism is scheduled to sell around 275,000 to 300,000 copies by the end of the tracking week. Making this Katy‘s biggest first week for any album. Prism has just been an overall success for Katy.
‘Roar‘ has become her fastest selling single to date, and has already topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. ‘Both Walking On Air’ and ‘Dark Horse’ have debuted on top of iTunes without becoming singles. 2013 is definitely becoming the year of Katy!
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