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Witness
Released June 9, 2017 (Worldwide)
(see release history)
Length 00:57:28 (Standard edition)
01:04:59 (Deluxe edition)
01:18:25 (Japanese limited edition)
Producers Katy Perry
Max Martin
Shellback
Ali Payami
Oscar Holter
Duke Dumont
Jack Garratt
Noah Passovoy
PJ Sledge
Purity Ring
Hayden James
Mike Will Made It
DJ Mustard
Twice as Nice
Elof Loelv
Jeff Bhasker
Hot Chip
Felix Snow
Ilya
Rationale
Mark Crew
Label CapitolLabel
Discography
(D)P-2
(D)W-3 Sixth Studio Album
(TBA)
From Witness
  1. "Chained to the Rhythm"
    Released: February 10, 2017
  2. "Bon Appétit"
    Released: April 28, 2017
  3. "Swish Swish"
    Released: May 19, 2017
  4. "Save As Draft"
    Released: June 26, 2017

Witness is the title to the fourth mainstream studio album by Katy Perry. This is her fifth solo studio album overall, including the Christian-gospel album, Katy Hudson. The album was released worldwide on June 9, 2017 with pre-orders beginning May 19. Physical copies of the album were made redeemable along with the purchase of tickets to "Witness: The Tour". The album was described by Perry to be about different types of "liberation" from political liberation to sexual. Perry has said, "If you want to feel powerful then listen to this record." The album was heavily promoted by a four day Youtube livestream hosted by Perry dubbed "Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide".

Background

Prior to the official title release, the album was largely referred to as "KP4" by fans and media alike. Katy Perry's manager, Steve Jensen, originally announced the studio album would be released in 2016, but it was later confirmed for a 2017 release date.

Katy Perry revealed she was “in the research and development stage” of a piece with the New York Times in February 2016. Stating that the music she's working on isn't following current trends saying, "Right now I’m taking a little time. I don’t want to jump on any trends. I just need to evolve.”[1] After she embarked on the "Prismatic World Tour" and performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show of 2015, Perry decided it was time for a break. She went back to her hometown of Santa Barbra, California where she said she gathered herself. "The energy is just totally different — it’s not thirsty or desperate or clingy," Perry says during her Entertainment Weekly exclusive. "It’s a really beautiful kind of Zen-like feeling place. I just went there to gather myself and I started making a record in June of last year."

In May 2016, Katy Perry's official Twitter account was hacked with the hacker threatening to leak tracks from the album. Ultimately the demo of the song "Witness" was uploaded to a Soundcloud account made by the hacker, under the name "Witness 1.3". The hacker also uploaded a video of a snippet of the song "Rise", which fans thought was to be titled "Victory". The single "Rise" was released July 14, 2016, and was believed to be the first single off the new record, but it was announced by Katy Perry to be the official song for 2016 Summer Olympics.

On August 24, 2016, Katy spoke about the album during an interview with InStyle revealing that she's working with “a lot of unexpected writer and producers,” something that was “bringing out a lot of different things, sonically." She added, "Even when I was working with my go-to producers, I’d always push them to play me a beat that was reserved for Three 6 Mafia something like that, I know exactly how to write a lyric over that because my strengths are melody and lyrics. I’m putting myself in unexpected situations and that is breeding a lot of new colors.”[2]

Also in August, Swae Lee of the rap duo Rae Sremmurd mentioned to Complex that Perry had recorded a song he wrote for her. “I wrote this track and [Katy] laid it and it’s pretty dope” he revealed. “She got a lot of style. She about to come with it!”[3] The song Sremmurd wrote for her didn't make it onto the final track list. Perry confirmed on October 20, 2016 through her Twitter account she was making music again with producers Max Martin and Shellback.[4] Almost two months later on December 17, 2016, Perry shared two brief videos on her Instagram account which showed her in the studio with small snippets of the new music.[5][6] In one of them she mouth's "Don’t be scared to di…" along with vocals playing in the background. Perry teased the song again on her Instagram story February 10, 2017.[7] This song would later be called "Tsunami". Rough snippets of the songs "Power", "Déjà Vu", "Bon Appétit", "Pendulum", and "Normalize" were shared in the same fashion, with the last one being unused.

Perry says she wrote about 40 songs for the album, worked on 20 of them, and then and that "trimmed" down the selection to 15 songs (not including the 2 bonus tracks on the deluxe version). She felt those 15 embody the message she wants to share, and that they represented different parts of her. "It’s really quite brave,” Perry says of the album. "Sonically, it’s fun and dance-ey and dark and light. It’s all of these things. It definitely is a change." She added "I left my 20s and I’ve gone to my 30s, I’ve embraced. I’ve surrendered. I’ve healed some of my issues with my family, with my relationships. Today I’m sober but I don’t know about tomorrow! One day at a time, right? It’s all kind of beautiful. I built up Katy Perry and she was so fun. And I still am Katy Perry and I love her so much but, at the core, I’m Katheryn Hudson and I think that’s being revealed as I embrace who I really am."

In response to if there will be any songs about other artists on the record, Perry stated to Entertainment Weekly, "This record is not about anyone else! This record is about me being seen and heard so that I can see and hear everyone else! It’s not even about me! It’s about everything that I see out there that I digest. I think there’s a healing in it for me and vulnerability. If people want to connect and be healed and feel vulnerable and feel empowered and strong, God bless and here it is."[8]

Development

The start of the Witness era began on February 6, 2017, with an Instagram post of Katy Perry sporting new bleached-blond hair, wearing a pink pants-suit against a gradient blue background, captioned "New life who dis". This was followed by an official announcement from the Recording Academy that Katy Perry will be performing at the 2017 Grammy Awards. The following day billboards were placed around the United States revealing February 10 to be the official release date of the lead single. After the single release, Katy Perry released limited edition merchandise to commemorate the single's launch. The same month, Spotify had announced that it would run a campaign to promote the album up to its release the following the summer.

Katymetgala

Perry at Met Gala with "Witness" written on veil.

During late April, Perry sent fans a recipe via her newsletter for the "World's Best Cherry Pie". She encouraged fans to bake cherry pies and those who did would receive a "surprise". The "surprise" was a black menu entitled "Témoin", which means "Witness" in French, alluding to the then untitled album. On April 26th, Perry announced the second single from the album, "Bon Appétit" featuring Migos, would be released later that week. On the release day for the single, Perry parked a truck that contained the words "World's Best Cherry Pie" and "Project Witness" labeled on it, in Times Square of New York City. Much like with the previous single, limited edition merchandise to commemorate the single's launch was released through her official online store.

On May 1, 2017, Perry attended and performed at the Met Gala in which she was also co-chair. She wore a custom-made look designed by John Galliano for Maison Margiela in honor of the Met Gala’s theme, “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between". On the red veil she adorned, the words "Witness" were stitched onto along with a symbol of an eye. This was again alluding to the album title which was still unknown at the time. YouTube announced during their Brandcast Event, in which Perry performed, that it would broadcast a live listen-along special for the album titled Katy Perry Live Special, which later was officially titled "Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide". The live stream took place on the eve of the album release on June 8 at 11 PM Eastern Time and lasted four days. The special was meant for the audience is to be are taken "inside of her world" where Perry will "break it all down".

Witnesseyepromo

Witness "eye" promotional image.

On the afternoon of May 13 an advertisement began showing in Times Square of Perry's eye with the date "May 15". The same ad was also included in American Airlines Center's official Instagram story. A snippet of the song "Witness" was shared on Perry's twitter account with the same eye blinking. The next day, she confirmed the album would be titled Witness and would be released through Capitol Records on June 9, 2017. She also announced that the concert tour supporting the album—"Witness: The Tour"—will run in North America from September 2017 to February 2018. Tickets purchased would include a copy of the album. Dates around the world were announced later.

The next single, "Swish Swish", featuring Nicki Minaj was released on May 19, 2017. It was produced by Duke Dumont. who had also worked with Perry prior to the song "Every Day Is a Holiday". On May 20, 2017, she performed "Swish Swish" live for the first time along with "Bon Appétit" on the Saturday Night Live's season 42 finale. On May 22 an official album trailer was released through Perry's official social media.[9] The album was first played exclusively to select groups of fans in Berlin, Paris, and Los Angeles. She officially revealed the track list on June 2, 2017.[10] The album was accidentally sold early on June 5, 2017, by some retailers in the United Kingdom causing some snippets of the album, booklet images, and lyrics to leak online.

Album trailer

Katy Perry Witness00:32

Katy Perry Witness

Album trailer

Artwork

WitnessAlternate

Urban Outfitters Exclusive Artwork

The album cover was unveiled May 18, 2017, and features an image of Perry covering her eyes with her mouth holding an eyeball. During her interview on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Perry explained the meaning behind the eye. "My education, my consciousness comes from my voice and that's how I see. That's how I witness you and that's how you witness me. That's why the eye is in the mouth." During the Elvis Duran Morning Show she further explained that the eye in the mouth represents the wisdom you get as you get older, the perspective change, and the broader consciousness. She believes the broadening of her mind comes from her voice so the eye represents the "consciousness", which is usually depicted on the forehead to symbolize 'the third eye', but in Perry's case it is in her throat and mouth.[11]

Singles

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  • "Chained to the Rhythm" is the lead single from the album and was officially released February 10, 2017. The song was promoted by a global scavenger hunt for disco-balls which contained snippets of the song. The single broke a Spotify record for the first day streams for a female artist in the United States with 3,062,293 streams.[12] The song had a major debut on Pop radio, having a first-day audience impression of 27.735 million.[13]
BonAppetit
  • "Bon Appétit" serves as the album's second official single and features the rap group, Migos. The song was officially released April 28, 2017. The song was promoted with a week long campaign of fans submitting cherry pie pics to Perry based off the "World's Best Cherry Pie" recipe she provided. A solo version without Migos was serviced to radio as well. The song debuted at #76 on the Billboard Hot 100 and its official music video became Perry's fastest video to reach 100 Million views on YouTube.
Swish Swish
  • "Swish Swish" featuring Nicki Minaj is the album's third official single. The song was officially released on May 19, 2017, and replaced the former single for radio adds for unknown reasons. This is the first song released by Katy Perry which features a female artist. The song was performed live for the first time during the season finale of Saturday Night Live.
  • "Save As Draft" was released as the album's fourth single in the United States, specifically for Adult Pop/Contemporary Radio. The song impacted American hot adult contemporary radio on June 26, 2017, as the record's fourth single. It debuted at number 24 on the Adult Contemporary chart the week of July 15, 2017, as the greatest gainer of the week with 129 spins and 0.452 million in audience impressions across AC radio stations. The song also opened at number 36 on the Adult Top 40 chart the same week as the highest debut.

Track list

Standard edition

No. Title Length
1. "Witness" 4:10
2. "Hey Hey Hey" 3:34
3. "Roulette" 3:18
4. "Swish Swish" (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. "Déjà Vu" 3:17
6. "Power" 3:46
7. "Mind Maze" 4:08
8. "Miss You More" 3:54
9. "Chained to the Rhythm" (feat. Skip Marley) 3:57
10. "Tsunami" 3:23
11. "Bon Appétit" (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. "Bigger Than Me" 4:00
13. "Save As Draft" 3:48
14. "Pendulum" 4:00
15. "Into Me You See" 4:24

Target exclusive and Physical International Deluxe edition [14][15][16]

No. Title Length
16. "Dance With The Devil" 3:49
17. "Act My Age" 3:41

Booklet

The Witness can only be found with the physical release of the album.

Personnel

Adapted from the album liner notes.

  • Nelson Beato – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Jeff Bhasker – producer, keyboards and drums programming (track 14)
  • Cory Bice – assistant engineer (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 9, 11); engineer (track 17)
  • Edie Lehmann Boddicker – vocal contracting, gospel choir conducting, gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Alexandra Brown – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Denise Carite – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Charlean Carmon – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Carmen Carter – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Tom Coyne – mastering (track 9)
  • Mark Crew – production, keyboards, programming (track 17)
  • Aubry Delaine – additional engineering, Nicki Minaj vocal recording (track 4)
  • Francesco Donadello – engineer (track 15)
  • Monique Donnelly – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Duke Dumont – producer, synths, drums, programming (track 4)
  • Carmel Echols – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Luke Edgemon – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Anthony Evans – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Tinashe Fazakerley – electric guitar, bass, programming (track 17)
  • Iain Findlay – vocal assistant engineering (Nicki Minaj's vocals, track 4)
  • Rachael Findlen – engineer (tracks 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17); vocal production (tracks: 7, 8)
  • Nicole Franz – art direction
  • Sia Furler – background vocals (track 9)
  • Jack Garratt – production, all instruments (track 6)
  • James Alan Ghaleb – guitar (track 9)
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • Jim Gilstrap – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Lauren Gluckman – A&R
  • John Hanes – mixing engineer
  • Sam Holland – engineer (track 1, 3, 9, 11, 17)
  • Oscar Holter – keys (track 11, 12); production, vocal production, programming (track 12)
  • Casey Hooper – guitars (track 10)
  • Stephen Hybicki – engineer (track 10)
  • Illangelo – additional production, additional drum programming (track 14)
  • Ilya – production, programming, arranging, drums, percussion, guitars, bass, keys (track 17)
  • Clydene Jackson – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Hayden James – production; guitar, bass, background vocals, synths (track 5)
  • Peter Karlsson – vocal editing (tracks 1, 2, 3, 9, 11, 14); additional vocal production (track 8); percussion (track 9)
  • Briana Lee – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Jeremy Lertola – assistant engineer (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 9, 11); engineer (track 17)
  • David Loucks – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Elof Loelv – production, engineer, programming, drums, bass, piano, synthesizers (track 14)
  • Ted Lovett – layout
  • Skip Marley – featured vocals, background vocals (track 9)
  • Max Martin – background vocals, programming, Prophet 6, solina (track 9), percussion; acoustic guitar (track 8); vocal production (tracks: 8, 13), executive producer
  • Migos – featured vocals (track 11)
  • Jamie McCrary – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Randy Merrill – mastering
  • Zeke Mishanec – assistant engineer (track 4)
  • Ryan Nasci – engineer (track 14)
  • Dustin O'Halloran – producer, all instruments, arrangement (track 15)
  • Pino Palldino – bass (track 14)
  • Noah Passovoy – additional keys, programming (track 4, 10); engineer (tracks: 4, 6, 10, 14, 16, 17), vocal production (tracks 5, 6, 10, 14, 16, 17); vocal editing (track 7, 12); additional production (tracks 4, 10); percussion (track 10)
  • Ali Payami – acoustic guitar (track 1); drums, bass, synths, piano (tracks: 1, 8, 9); additional vocal production, programming, keys, electric guitar, background vocals, production (track 8); percussion (tracks: 8, 9); hand claps (track 9)
  • Louis Price – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Katy Perry – background vocals (tracks: 3, 9), vocals, executive producer
  • Daryl McPherson – Migos vocal production
  • Joshua Moreau – bass (track 10)
  • Corin Roddick – production, vocal production (track 12)
  • David Rudnick – front and back cover art direction
  • Scooly – production (track 10)
  • Aretha Scruggs – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Tony Scruggs – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Shellback – production; background vocals (track 3); keys, programming (track 11)
  • PJ Sledge – keyboards (track 4)
  • Felix Snow – production, vocal manipulations, programming, guitar (track 16)
  • Thomas Stell – synths (track 5)
  • Carmen Twillie – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Oren Waters – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Will Wheaton – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Mike Will Made It – production (track 10)
  • Eyvonne Williams – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Brandon Winbush – gospel studio choir (track 14)
  • Jason Woods – gospel studio choir (track 14)

Releases

Digital release

The digital release of the album comes in with their explicit or clean lyrics and feature 15 tracks.

Worldwide

Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Digital
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in Worldwide

NoBarcode
TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24

Physical release

The physical release of the album is available in both standard and deluxe versions. The deluxe version of the album is physical only.

United States

Standard
Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.S.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
Target exclusive deluxe

The Target exclusive of the album is the U.S. equivalent of the deluxe album and features 2 bonus tracks, making a total of 17 tracks. A special promotional bundle was issued for sale prior to the album release through Target's official site; this bundle included a signed poster of "Chained to the Rhythm" and the Target exclusive deluxe album.

WitnessTargetExclusive
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.S.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
16. Dance With The Devil 3:49
17. Act My Age 3:41
Urban Outfitters exclusive

The standard edition will be released as a vinyl with an alternate artwork exclusively through Urban Outfitters. The vinyl will have a limited run of 2,000 copies.[17]

WitnessAlternate
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED September 29, 2017
FORMAT Vinyl, black
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.S.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
Indie exclusive

The standard edition will be released as a red colored vinyl exclusively through independent record stores. The red vinyl is limited edition with only 1,500 copies to be sold.[18]

Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED September 28, 2017
FORMAT Vinyl, red
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.S.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24

United Kingdom

Standard
Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.K.

UK-Witness Barcode
TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24

The standard will be released as a vinyl.[19]

Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED September 8, 2017
FORMAT Vinyl, black
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.K.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
Deluxe
Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.K.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
16. Dance With The Devil 3:49
17. Act My Age 3:41

Japan

Standard
Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in U.K.

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
16. Dance With The Devil 3:49
17. Act My Age 3:41
Limited edition

The limited edition Japanese version of the album comes with a bonus DVD disc featuring the music video to "Chained to the Rhythm" as well as both parts of "Making of "Chained to the Rhythm"

Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in Japan

TRACK LIST (CD) LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24
16. Dance With The Devil 3:49
17. Act My Age 3:41
TRACK LIST (DVD) LENGTH
1. Chained to the Rhythm (Music video) 4:00
2. Chained to the Rhythm (Making of part 1) 5:50
3. Chained to the Rhythm (Making of part 2) 4:36

Taiwan

The Taiwan promotional bundle of the album features a blue key chain that says "Katy Perry" as well as a promotional card. A promotional poster featuring the album cover was also included in first pressings.

Standard
Witness
LABEL Capitol
RELEASED June 9, 2017
FORMAT Jewel case
Cover photo by
David Rudnick


Design by
Ted Lovett

     Made in Taiwan

TRACK LIST LENGTH
1. Witness 4:10
2. Hey Hey Hey 3:35
3. Roulette 3:19
4. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 4:02
5. Déjà Vu 3:18
6. Power 3:46
7. Mind Maze 4:08
8. Miss You More 3:54
9. Chained to the Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 3:58
10. Tsunami 3:23
11. Bon Appétit (feat. Migos) 3:47
12. Bigger Than Me 4:01
13. Save As Draft 3:49
14. Pendulum 4:00
15. Into Me You See 4:24

References

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