Katy Perry's 'Witness' and SZA's 'CTRL' release head to head this summer!

Katy Perry's 'Witness' & SZA's 'CTRL' out JUNE (9th)

What more could we all ask for this season when we have two of  the top most anticipated female albums of early 2017 debuting literally in the same celestial hour. There's so much self-competition in the summery atmosphere in that sense. 


Katy Perry's affirmed collection work of art for her up and coming record "Witness" has so far quenched the web's incredible thirst for her energy. 

"Witness" is set to hit retires on June 9. The new record “reflects on the changes in her own life and in the world around her, delivering songs that both challenge and inspire.”
While its tracklisting presently can't seem to be affirmed with no proof circulating the media, the singles 'Chained To The Rhythm' and 'Bon Appetit' will include on the collection. 

Presently an Amazon posting for the collection indicates an impression of being the collection's work of art. It highlights KP with her hands covering her eyes and an eyeball in her mouth.

KP's Witness; 2017  Alternate Album Cover

KP's Witness; 2017 Alternate Album Cover

The First Lady of TDE drops her presentation collection CTRL this Friday June (9). 

Four days in front of its discharge, SZA shared the track list, which names kindred Top Dawg mates Kendrick Lamar and Isaiah Rashad, Travis Scott and James Fauntleroy as teammates. 


Check out SZA’s full CTRL tracklist below!

  1. Supermodel
  2. Love Galore f. Travis Scott
  3. Doves in the Wind f. Kendrick Lamar
  4. Drew Barrymore
  5. Prom
  6. The Weekend
  7. Go Gina
  8. Garden (Say It Like Dat)
  9. Broken Clocks
  10. Anything
  11. Wavy (Interlude) f. James Fauntleroy
  12. Normal Girl
  13. Pretty Little Birds f. Isaiah Rashad
  14. 20 Something


In a meeting with Billboard, the artist shared a little about the collection and its impacts, including being the main dark young lady at sleepaway camp.

I [wrote about] my younger life, which was haphazard: being at ­sleepaway camp away from my parents, being the only Black girl, not even noticing until I got older, dealing with boys, self-hate, growth and God. It’s the first time I’m literally writing about my life instead of figuratively writing about it.
— http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/7662481/sza-debut-album-ctrl-interview?utm_source=twitter

Taking it back to 2017 January, SZA played a close show in NYC where she shared a portion of the new music from her collection, two of those melodies were lovelorn "Drew Barrymore" and the Travis Scott included "Love Galore." 

Not long after the occasion, SZA authoritatively dropped "Drew Barrymore," at that point TDE discharged an in the background video that included 2016 Coachella film, pictures of SZA in the studio tuning in to a R&B collection, and clasps of the vocalist at a skating arena.