2019 is coming to an end, and with it we also say goodbye to a decade full of successes of our favorite artists. Beyoncé on the big screen, the new generations of Operation Triunfo and the Rosalía phenomenon are some of the milestones they have given us in the last ten years.
Undoubtedly, the reconciliation of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift is also part of this long list of memorable moments lived in recent times. Two artists who have occupied, and much, the charts with their latest songs. Topics that, no matter how hard they try, they won’t stop hitting him on the dance floor.
One of them is Firework, the hit by Katy Perry that saw the light in October 2010 and that gave way to a promising stage of the singer. So much so that she remembers it today as her “favorite song of the decade.”
So he has confessed in an interview with an American radio station, in which he failed to find the title of the theme of another artist who has captivated him in these last ten years, but with that of one of his record repertoire. “I knew the answer last night when I had the opportunity to sing at another Christmas concert. Firework always peta. It doesn’t matter if you’re 8 or 80 years old. Everyone is like: Ahhhhh!” Perry said.
“That is the beauty of music. It’s like sports. Everyone comes together on the same roof and this community is created, this vibration and energy. There is a shared interest.”
Firework is considered a hymn for the followers of our protagonist. An empowered song that raises self-esteem to anyone who listens to it, and also does it with dance-pop rhythms that catapulted Katy as one of the most successful voices of the decade. With him, he not only managed to climb to the highest positions of the charts, but also managed to be recognized internationally with various gold records and even platinum.
And you, how many times do you think you have heard Firework throughout your life? We will never get tired of it!