Katy Perry is keen to record an acoustic album in a few years time because she feels she wants to break the barrier that pop stars are put behind and spread out into other genres.
Katy Perry wants to do an acoustic album.
The 'Roar' hitmaker is keen to strip her music back to basics in a few years time and record an LP using just her guitar because she feels people would be stunned by her ability to explore other genres.
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, she said: ''I want to maybe break the ideas of what boundaries pop stars should be in, you know? I want to do an acoustic record and do a tour that's all theatres and just have my acoustic guitar and my Telecaster, and people would be like, 'What the f**k?'
''I'm waiting to play that ace in a couple of years and it will be so exciting. Because I know I've had that up my sleeve for so long. I don't have to prove anything to anyone, because I know who I am.''
The brunette beauty admits there are other genres that she'll like to explore in the near future because she's often inspired by a variation of things.
She explained: ''I think I have a lot of different personalities inside of me concerning music, and I love a lot of different things, and I like to try things, and I'm inspired by a lot of different things, and I feel like I don't ever want to be just one genre.''
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