The pop singer describes the follow-up to 'Roar' as her favorite universal love song off upcoming 'Prism' album.
Katy Perry has finally decided what track to follow up her chart-topping single, "Roar". The singer, who covers the latest edition of "Billboard", told the magazine that "Unconditionally" would serve as the second official single off her upcoming "Prism" album.
Earlier this month, Perry described "Unconditionally" as 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."
A few days ago, Perry told MTV that her next single would be "a love song." "It's different from 'Roar' -- it's not eighth-notey," the 28-year-old singer said. "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. It's my favorite song off the record."
Perry's "Roar" is currently staying at No. 2 on Billboard 100, while her "Prism" promotional track "Dark Horse" makes its way out to No. 17.
Perry's follow-up to 2010's "Teenage Dream" is set to hit the stores on October 22. The "Firework" singer is also expected to release another promotional track called "Walking on Air" by the end of this month.