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Pop music

Katy Perry, Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga are three famous pop stars. One thing they’ve all got in common is that they’ve evolved over the years. Here’s how.

1 Katy Perry

Katy Perry loves to experiment, and she’s always looking for new sounds. She began her singing career in a church choir, singing gospel music, which was the only kind of music her family let her to listen to. Her first album as Katy Hudson (her original name) was full of Christian rock songs. But when she debuted as Katy Perry with One of the Boys, she was singing pop rock. Teenage Dreams and Prism had more pop- and pop dance-oriented songs. And in Witness (2017) the song Swish swish is an electronic dance pop song featuring the rapper Nicki Minaj. Along with her music, Katy Perry also likes to change hair style, and she’s had every colour from black to pink and violet to green.

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