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Katy Perry – “Chained to the Rhythm”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Feb 10, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. Craig Ismaili

    @tgscraig Prestigious

    Spoiler: It's not good.
     
  3. kait_whiteside

    Newbie

    I hate how she stretches out the syllables in the word "rhythm." That didn't work on "Unconditionally" and it still doesn't work here. I'm a Katy fan but I think I'm gonna pass on this one.
     
  4. mattfreaksmeout

    Trusted Supporter

    I liked it enough for a Katy Perry song. It'll definitely be a hit.
     
  5. Spenny

    Regular

    I actually really enjoy this song, definitely an easy addition to my playlist.
     
  6. Kiana

    Goddamn, man child Prestigious

    I like it. It doesn't go hard like I expected but I enjoy it and it's not what I expected from her. I do appreciate that she's been speaking out so much lately. I hope she's had a lot of growth.
     
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  7. ryan.conde

    Who is Ryan? Prestigious

    I kinda dig it but idk if it's first single worthy
     
  8. aranea

    Trusted Prestigious

    The "bubble bubble, trouble trouble" part sounds like a Jessie J song XD. Also something sounds off on the timing of how "to the rhythm" sounds. I feel like the chorus could go harder and be more exciting. Other than that it's not bad. I don't usually enjoy her music.

    If this is an indication of how the next album will sound, it will probably be the first time I can get through an album of hers, lol.
     
  9. DearCory

    Regular

    I'm digging it... the "dance dance dance to the distortion" makes me think of Heads Will Roll
     
  10. Iago

    fameshark.

    I feel like the song tries to have 3 different hooks, but all 3 fall flat. Not by a huge proportion, just slightly outside of what I would expect from her.

    Still faithful of a better single or for this to grow on me.