“Bitch I’m Madonna” is the third single from American singer Madonna from her thirteenth studio album, Rebel Heart (2015).
Featuring guest vocals from Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj.
The song was written by Madonna, Diplo, MoZella, Toby Gad and Ariel Rechtshaid while being produced by the singer along with Diplo and Sophie. It was released as the third single from the album by Interscope Records on June 15, 2015.
Its music video followed two days later, with Minaj and Diplo appearing along with Madonna. The video also contains cameos from Alexander Wang, Rita Ora, Chris Rock, Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Kanye West.
Filming took place on the top floors of the Standard Hotel in New York City, and was directed by Jonas Åkerlund who explained how he landed the project:
‘Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown’. We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [on Rebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown’. I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’. I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown’, something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.
“Black Widow” is the fifth single from Australian rapper Iggy Azalea‘s debut studio album, The New Classic.
The music video and track features British recording artist Rita Ora, and it’s lyrics chronicle subjects of revenge and feminism in a failed romantic relationship.
“This Is How We Do” is a promotional single and music video recorded by American singer-songwriter Katy Perry for her fourth studio album, Prism.
The song was chosen to be the album’s fifth single and it will be sent to radio stations on August 12, 2014. “This Is How We Do” is a dance-pop song, with “faux”-urban and hip-hop infuences, with Perry sing-talking about her hangout routine with her friends.
The track was written by Perry along with its producers Max Martin and Klas Åhlund and recorded in Stockholm, Sweden.
The official music video for the song, directed by New Zealand filmmaker Joel Kefali and produced during a three day studio shoot in Los Angeles. The music video premiered in late July 2014, on Katy Perry’s official YouTube VEVO channel.
“Birthday” is the fourth music video and single released by American singer Katy Perry for her fourth studio album, Prism.
A music video for the track was released on April 24, 2014. Primarily recorded with hidden cameras, it features Perry disguised as five different characters in birthday parties and other celebrations.
The official music video for “Birthday” was directed by Marc Klasfeld and Danny Lockwood; Dawn Rose served as a producer, while Nicole Acacio served as executive producer, Richard Alarcon served as the editor, Tony Gardner as the make-up artist, and Joseph Robbins was the director of photography.
“Birthday” is the fourth single released by American singer Katy Perry for her fourth studio album, Prism.
Critics, as well as Perry herself, have compared the track to Prince and Mariah Carey on her debut album.
Through double entendres in the lyrics of “Birthday”, Perry makes sexual references while celebrating a partner’s birthday. The song was sent by Capitol to mainstream and rhythmic radios on April 21, 2014 as the fourth single from Prism.
Upon release, “Birthday” received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised the song’s melody but occasionally criticized the sexual references. Following the release of Prism, “Birthday” entered the single charts of South Korea and France. After being released as an official single, it reached the top 50 on Australia, Canada and Netherlands’ single charts, while peaking at number 37 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
A music video for the track was released on April 24, 2014. Primarily recorded with hidden cameras, it features Perry disguised as five different characters in birthday parties and other celebrations. It received mixed reviews from critics.
“Dark Horse” is the lead promotional single from American recording artist Katy Perry‘s fourth studio album, Prism.
It was released on September 17, 2013, by Capitol Records as the first promotional single from Perry’s fourth studio album, Prism. Three months later, it was released as the third official single on December 17.
Both artists co-wrote the song with its producers, Max Martin, Cirkut, and Dr. Luke, alongside Sarah Hudson. It was conceived by Perry and Hudson during a writing session in Perry’s hometown of Santa Barbara, California, and Juicy J was later commissioned for a verse on the song.
“Dark Horse” combines the genres of trap and hip hop, creating what has been described as a “Southern rap-techno mashup”.
“Wide Awake” is the second music video and single by American recording artist Katy Perry. It is from Perry’s re-release of her third studio album, Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.
An accompanying music video, directed by Tony T. Datis, was premiered on June 18, 2012. A trailer, directed by Lance Drake, was released on June 12, 2012. It features a fairy tale-plot, where a young girl looks through a story book that features the previous Teenage Dream era singles, each one as a chapter in the book, along with teasers about the fairy tale elements of the official video, which serves as the eighth and final chapter of the book.
The music video premiered on Katy Perry’s official YouTube VEVO channel in mid-late June 2012.
Perry performed “Wide Awake” at the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards and at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, where it featured Perry floating over the stage with a white ribbon. The song was specifically written for Perry’s film Katy Perry: Part of Me, which plays during the end credits and from That’s Our Joe from the episode “Love Affair”.
“Wide Awake” is the second single by American recording artist Katy Perry. It is from Perry’s re-release of her third studio album, Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.
The viral lyric video premiered on Katy Perry’s official YouTube VEVO channel in late May 2012.
The song was specifically written for Perry’s film Katy Perry: Part of Me, which plays during the end credits and from That’s Our Joe from the episode “Love Affair”.
A power ballad, “Wide Awake” utilizes electronic music and dance-pop within its composition, and is lyrically reminiscent of the reality of a break up and moving past it. “Wide Awake” became her tenth consecutive number-one single on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart and her ninth number-one single on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 (Pop Songs) chart tied with Rihanna as artists with most number one on chart and has charted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Perry’s eleventh top-ten hit single in the United States, following all seven of the previous singles from Teenage Dream and three out of four singles from her debut album One of the Boys.