Katy Perry Songs Remixed: Listen to 7 of the Best
While there's no talk of an upcoming album yet, Katy Perry did manage to heighten fans' anticipation with her latest single "Rise" -- which was also the 2016 Rio Olympic anthem. The singer has established herself as one of pop's princesses and continues to tread along success' path with her distinctive voice and quirky sense of style. Katy Perry has peaked No.1 on Billboard's Hot 100 numerous times with songs such as "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F), "Firework", and "California Gurls" feat. Snoop Dogg.
Katy Perry's songs range from party bangers to inspirational power anthems. Check out some of Katy Perry's best remixes below!
#1 Katy Perry Song Remix: "E.T" (Noisia)
E.T gets a futuristic treatment on this reworked version of Katy Perry's "supernatural" song.
#2 Katy Perry Song Remix: "This Is How We Do" (Brillz)
This remix sees hip-hop influences merged with dance music stylings to create perfect big room heavy hitter.
#3 Katy Perry Song Remix: "Roar" (Kennedy Jones)
Kennedy Jones is already a favorable talent in the electronic music scene. The "ginger" DJ beefs up the singer's classic tune with a high energy background with every beat drop.
#4 Katy Perry Song Remix: "Dark Horse" (Audio Bastardz)
The DJ duo Audio Bastardz peels back a few layers off the spellbinding track, focusing more on intensifying the beat throughout the song's progression.
#5 Katy Perry Song Remix: "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)" (Steve Christian)
Different than average EDM beat, Steve Christian adds a tropical flair to the teenage reminiscent track. The airy rendition off Perry's 2010 effort Teenage Dream is more "teenage party jam" than it is trippy house banger.
#6 Katy Perry Song Remix: "Unconditionally" (Rafael Diefentaler)
Brazilian DJ Rafael Diefentaler reworks Perry's upbeat love tale and turns it into a galactic themed remix that takes you far beyond anywhere the original could ever take you.
#7 Katy Perry Song Remix:"Part of Me" (Ryan Mayer & Harry Fowler)
Bouncier than the already bouncy original, this variation warps Perry's infectious voice over repetitive shakes as techno instruments lend support.