Katy Perry – I Kissed a Girl Review
The album ‘One of the Boys’ gave birth to the popular recording artist Katy Perry in 2008. ‘I Kissed a Girl’ was the CD’s first single, which propelled it to local and international attention. The title itself can be enough to draw controversy. But amazingly, music critics mostly praise the song’s overall sound and structure.
Its lyrical content can be a different story, though. Irreverent words came with the song, as hinted by its title. But as they say, bad publicity is still publicity. The track ruled the Billboard Hot 100 and other music charts globally for some time. Back then, everyone was banking on Perry as the next pop sensation.
The song paved the way for Perry to claim the niche for summer anthems. There is a beat that is pounded by drums, bass, and guitar. Overall, the song showcases a songwriting talent that can be fun to reckon with. As expected, it was not the last to be heard from her.
Perry waited seven years to breakthrough in the industry. She originally attempted stardom by being a Christian music artist using the name Katy Hudson. Her re-branding was a good move and this song facilitated it.