Katy Perry's #PRISM Is Coming

Katy Perry's Next Album Title and Release Date Announced!

Is the world ready for this? The multi-platinum selling artist, the “Teenage Dream” star, the one and only Katy Perry is ready to impact the world with her highly-awaited third major studio album (and fourth overall) entitled “Prism” that’s scheduled for release on digital retailers on October 22 via EMI Music and Capitol Records. A truck with the information has appeared this afternoon (July 29) in Los Angeles, the man who tweeted the photo named Tarek Chamma is a known friend of Perry. A few minutes later her friend and singer Adam Lambert shared the same photo on Twitter. Her personal stylist Johnny Wujek also confirmed the news on Twitter. It looks like the promotion is about to begin. According to some sources close to the artist, the first single is rumored to be called ”Rainbow” and will be released in mid-August. (Remember producer Dr. Luke confirmed via Twitter that the single begins with the letter “R”).

The singer has been reunited with Canadian multiple Grammy nominated producer Greg Wells and American musician, songwriter and actress Bonnie McKee to record some tracks for the album. Wells was responsible for the production on the tracks: “Not like the Movies” and “Pearl” (included on “Teenage Dream”) plus “Waking Up in Vegas“, “Ur So Gay“, “Mannequin” and “Fingerprints” (included on “One of the Boys“). Meanwhile, McKee is responsible for writing the biggest hits of the artist to date including “California Girls“, “Teenage Dream” and “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)“, all part of her second album.

On April 18, 2013 during American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) expo the singer explain some details of upcoming record. She confirmed new track co-written with Sia entitled “Double Rainbow” (maybe it’s the lead single and is finally called just “Rainbow“). Perry said: “My lyrics always come from a personal place, but I also want them to be relatable. It’s like a black box where I keep my secrets“.

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