Ur So Gay
The Los Angeles-based 22-year-old singer-songwriter Katy Perry has been wowing crowds with her catchy songs and larger-than-life charisma at recent shows with Yellowcard, Mika, and the Starting Line. The L.A-based singer-songwriter's sassy confidence and feisty confessional songs have already had fans and savvy media singing her praises, even before her new EP, Ur So Gay, was released by Capitol Records on November 20th, 2007.
"Ur So Gay" (a hilarious kiss-off to an ex) and "Waking Up in Vegas," which is about doing just that. Her upcoming debut album for Capitol Records, due in Spring 2008, will also feature several honest, searching ballads, like "Lost," (about trying to find yourself after losing your way) and the regretful, emotional "Thinking of You," both of which display a more vulnerable side to this talented, multi-dimensional artist.
As Perry has just wrapped up work on her debut full-length album, which she recorded with an array of noted producers and collaborators, including Ballard (Alanis Morissette, No Doubt), Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), Dr. Luke (Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne), Butch Walker (Pink, The Donnas), Sam Hollander & Dave Katz (Gym Class Heroes) and Greg Wells (Mika, Natasha
Bedingfield, Rufus Wainwright). She's also been keeping busy performing low-key acoustic shows at Hollywood's renowned Hotel Café (hey, it keeps her off TMZ), as well as landing high-profile opening gigs for artists as diverse as Mika, Puffy AmiYumi, and the Starting Line.
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