Katy Perry New Album 2017 Update: ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ Singer’s Career Is Starting To Sink?

3:55 AM EDT 4/28/2017 by Lauren Duffy, Celebeat Reporter

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Katy Perry will be dropping a new collaborative single with Migos this coming Friday. While the 32-year-old singer has been known for topping charts, the "Chained to the Rhythm" singer appears to be having a hard time sustaining the same amount of success that she has had in the past. Should fans start to worry about Perry's career?

Katy Perry is expected to release a new album this 2017, but it seems like the response among fans is not the same as it was years ago. A new report from Celeb Dirty Laundry examines the "Roar" singer's career, including the possibility that Katy's career may soon be over.

It is a known fact that Perry has been hitting the charts with her tracks, "I Kissed A Girl" and "Teenage Dream." Katy has also been the only one to get five tracks in her album to hit the top spot in charts alongside Michael Jackson.

However, Perry's latest album and singles do not seem to have the same effect as the others did. The publication notes that her album, "Prism" has become quite a disappointment among fans, the same as with her recently released single, "Chained to the Rhythm" and "Rise."

Katy also released a mobile app, but it was not met with enthusiasm and support amongst her legion of fans. The "Dark Horse" singer is also being slammed for collaborating with Migos for her new single entitled "Bon Appetit," reports TMZ.

According to the publication, Perry is receiving a lot of criticisms among her fans prior to the release of her new single because of her choice to work with Migos. Some fans felt that it was not the right choice given that the latter have previously made "homophobic" remarks, which is a direct contradiction to Katy's National Equality Award in March.

Do you think Katy Perry's career is starting to sink? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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