Katy Perry has actually dropped a 3rd track from her approaching album Witness, and it sounds a bit like combating words. Perry was just recently asked by Entertainment Weekly if fans could anticipate a counterclaim to Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood," commonly thought about to be a diss track targeting Perry, however the brand-new ambassador of "purposeful pop" stated, "There is nobody thing that's calling out any someone." Perry also begins her brand-new song "Swish Swish" by stating "Do not you come for me," which is also something she < a href =http://www.vulture.com/2017/05/katy-perry-on-taylors-bad-blood-dont-come-for-me.html target=_ blank > stated in her EW interview, cautioning all those who would put her in their crosshairs not to "mistake compassion for weak point."
Other lyrics include Perry informing the tune's theoretical target, "You're calculated, I got your number,""your game is worn out, you should retire, you're 'bout as cute as an old discount coupon. Expired. And karma's not a liar, she keeps invoices." While there is no official video yet for "Swish Swish", the YouTube clip does come with an animation of a hand, most likely Perry's, holding receipts from a location called "Karma Coffee & & Tea." Nicki Minaj, who's also had a dust-up with Swift in the past, is included on the track, and sings at one point, "Don't be aiming to double back, I currently despise you. All that phony love you revealing could not even disguise you."
One recognized Taylor partner has actually currently weighed in on "Swish Swish." While Swift's name isn't raised, Ruby Rose, who likes to openly defend her good friend, published some sass on Twitter today calling Perry's brand-new song "a mess."