Katy Perry has just released her a song,, and it may be her horniest ever. The pop star has been on a roll this year, releasing a trio of singles culminating with "Harleys in Hawaii," which dropped today along with a music video.
The "Harleys" video plays out like the older sister of Perry's "Teenage Dream." Instead of riding around in cars with boys, she's cruising on the back of a bike with an extremely hot, bearded biker daddy -- can someone please find him and drop the @?
Perry, ever the lyrical genius, waxes poetic about how she does the "hula-hula, hula so good" and then she gets taken to the "jeweler, jeweler, jeweler." Is Katy Perry a Cock Destroyer? Orlando Bloom, I have some questions...
Perry teased the song earlier this year, describing the inspiration behind the track. "To be on the back of a motorcycle in Hawaii with the air blowing on your face, it's so beautiful," Perry told radio DJ Zach Sang in July. "I can remember specifically where I was; the street corner I was on in Oahu, whispering to Orlando and saying: 'I'm going to write a song called Harleys in Hawaii.' And I did."
"Harleys in Hawaii" is Perry's third single this year, following the underwhelming "Small Talk" and the excellent "Never Really Over," which still has my vote for best pop song of 2019.
Perry has said that she's more interested in releasing singles in the age of streaming and will only consider releasing a new album if "there's demand for a full body of work." She told Australian DJ Smallzy that releasing an album is "a big commitment of time and touring."
"I've done that for the past four records and for almost 10 years straight," Perry added. "I'm trying to investigate some normal balance in my life."
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