Katy Perry Is All About Self Love in her New Single ‘Daisies’

KATY PERRY

First the Jonas Brothers, now Katy Perry. This week is truly wrapping up with quite the bang. Last week, fans were over the moon, upon hearing that Katy Perry would be releasing her brand new single. And now, ‘Daisies’ is out, shining brighter than ever.

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The song arrived with its accompanying music video. The tune itself boasts of Katy’s exceptional vocals. There’s something strangely empowering yet surreal about this song, and that’s what truly makes it stand out. This of course, is clearly reflected in the lyrics:

I’m the small town

One in seven billion

Why can’t it be me?

[Chorus]

They told me I was out there, tried to knock me down

Took those sticks and stones, showed ’em I could build a house

They tell me that I’m crazy, but I’ll never let ’em change me

‘Til they cover me in daisies, daisies, daisies

The lyrics are definitely the strong point of this song. It’s a peek at Katy’s journey in the music industry and all that she had to overcome to get to where she is now. Between a sprinkle of self-doubt and Katy’s discovery of what she’s capable of – is what makes this song so authentic and genuine.

All About the Music Video

The music video is quite the visual treat. We see Katy Perry travel through different scenic routes: from a field of daisies, to a rocky path, to the very top of a hill. She’s in a simple white summer dress, showing off her baby bump. 


Katy’s known for creating songs about self-love and acceptance. So, be it ‘Firework’ or ‘Roar’, this number radiates the same energy which is lovely to see. 

Katy also recently announced that her fifth studio album is set to drop on August 14th. While that seems terribly far away, for now, you can simply delight in ‘Daisies’.

Guns N’ Roses Takes a Jab at Trump Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Guns N' Roses

American rock band, Guns n’ Roses, are back on the political satire train, taking a clear stand against US President, Donald Trump, in light of recent events. 

The band took to Twitter to share the release of new merchandise that went on sale. The t-shirt, up for purchase at $25 dollars, reads: “Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45”. Using their iconic song ‘Live N’ Let Die’, Guns N’ Roses is sending a clear message to Trump and his administration. And when you find out the context, you’ll probably echo the sentiment. 

Last week, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, visited a mask-making factory in what seemed to be a fairly obvious PR stunt. The problem, however, was this – he walked into the facility without a protective mask of his own. Amid the growing pandemic, and worrying circumstances in the US, you would assume Mr. President would at least abide by standard practices of safety. 

The visit to the N95 manufacturing unit was further highlighted by the employees of the factory blasting Guns N’ Roses song – “Live N’ Let Die”. In some modern day, agitprop fashion, the music was so loud, one could barely hear the Republican President speak. 

The Twittersphere has been buzzing with praise for the Guns n’ Roses. Fans are pleasantly surprised with the band’s move at taking a stand and are joining in at taking a stab at Trump and his administration.