September 25, 2013 09:02:12 GMT
The singer says that the follow-up to 'Roar' is 'a universal love song that everyone's going to be able to relate to no matter the age, no matter male or female.'
Katy Perry has revealed her plan to follow up her latest hit single, "Roar", with a song that has a completely different theme. In an interview with MTV News, the 28-year-old pop singer said that the second single off her "Prism" album would be a "love song."
"It's a love song and it's different from 'Roar' - it's not eighth-notey," Perry told the site before taking the stage at iHeartRadio festival with Juicy J to perform their collaboration track called "Dark Horse". Fans can expect to hear the new single sometime this fall.
"And I think it's a universal love song that everyone's going to be able to relate to no matter the age, no matter male or female," Perry continued. "It's my favorite song off the record."
Earlier this month, Perry told New York media that "Unconditionally" was her favorite "Prism" song. The song is reportedly a slow-tempo love song, which features Perry singing, "There is no fear now... I love you unconditionally."
Perry's "Prism" is scheduled to hit the stores on October 22. The "Firework" hitmaker recently revealed her desire to work with singers Rihanna and Bruno Mars in the future.
"I've always said I'd wanna collaborate with Rihanna, but I'd love to collaborate with Bruno Mars," she told E! News. "I always say, 'When I grow up, I wanna be the female version of Bruno Mars,' cause he's so wildly talented in showing everybody that he has so much diversity in him."