Katy Perry is on the cover of the November 2019 issue of Rolling Stone India and inside she talks about her upcoming show in Mumbai at OnePlus music festival, topping charts and dealing with the pressures faced in show business.
UPDATE:You can now read the cover story here.
Since then, Perry has been unstoppable, churning out one hit after another and even going on to match the highest of pop music standards in 2010. She became the second artist after the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, to have five Number One songs (“California Gurls ,” “Teenage Dream,” “Firework,” “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” and “E.T.”) from the same album (Teenage Dream). She tells us that the Teenage Dream era moved so fast for her that she was barely able to understand it. Perry says, “When I first heard that news, I was so overwhelmed I had to double-check with my team that, that was a big deal, to be honest. I’m incredibly proud of that chapter of my career. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime type of feat — difficult to be replicated never mind doing it once at all!”
Our November cover star is American pop sensation @katyperry who talks to us exclusively about her upcoming Mumbai show at @OnePlus_IN Music Festival, topping charts and dealing with the pressures of showbiz— Rolling Stone India (@RollingStoneIN) November 5, 2019
Cover story by @davearrowsmusic
Photographer: @ronyalwin pic.twitter.com/V1HuRvfmMb