Several speculations arise about the multi-platinum singer, Katy Perry about her subsiding career. Many fans are worried that the Dark Horse singer's career is declining fast due to tons of issues she is facing.
With almost 10 years in the music industry, it is well-known that Perry earns many awards for her singles and albums. She never failed to achieve chart-topping hits in Billboard 100. Though after her fourth album, many saw that the immediate decline of the controversial "Chained To The Rhythm" from the Chart list might be a flop to her career as reported by Forbes.
The song garnered the 4th place at Hot 100 during its debut and tumbled down from no. 8 to no. 13 to the following weeks. Many fans are saddened by Perry's downturn. Many were alarmed since it was reported that her album, "Prism" and "Rise" (which was used as the song for the Summer Olympics), didn't produce many hits.
Last year, it is also reported that a fan claimed that her stardom is over and the singer responded "See you at my show 2K17," giving hint to her upcoming album. Perry said in an interview with Elvis Duran that she have been working with different producers that many wouldn't imagine. Her mobile game app also suffered disappointing sales and bad reviews. She also recently gathered many critics about her Instagram post about a picture of a Hindu goddess with a caption 'current mood.'
Now, to her comeback album, many fans are anticipating that she will be back on track soon. Perry released her new album "Bon Appetite" with Migos last April 28 and it immediately gathered many negative reactions from fans, as reported by Mail Online. After the cover art of the song is aired, many showed their disappointment that the singer is collaborating with them. It is reported that the rappers have been noted to be homophobic and misogynistic because of their comment 'the world is not right' when Atlanta rapper iLoveMakonnen came out as gay. Many see it as ironic that the singer is working with them after she had accepted an award at the Human Rights Campaign.