American singer and songwriter Katy Perry has recently sold her music rights to Litmus Music, the company backed by The Carlyle Group co-founded by Capitol Records president Dan McCarroll, for $225 Million.
The deal includes all five of her studio albums, “One of the Boys,” “Teenage Dream”, “Prism,” “Witness” and “Smile.” and her 16 multi-platinum singles.Katy Perry’s fan following has never ceased to grow and people still enjoy songs like, “Teenage Dream”, “Harleys in Hawaii”, “Roar” and many other popular hits by the singer.
The partnership between the company and the singer was inked after understanding between the Litmus Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Dan McCarroll with the singer, which began in 2010 when McCarroll was named President of Capitol Records.
McCarroll said, “Katy Perry is a creative visionary who has made a major impact across music, TV, film, and philanthropy. I’m so honored to be partnering with her again and to help Litmus manage her incredible repertoire.”
After having an amazing career and having various popular shows across the globe, Katy has reached the peak with the help of her talent and performance. But after 2010, the singer slowed with her work and released very few numbers. It was the same year she was married to Russell Brand, who is now facing some troubles with a media company and is alleged with some serious crimes of sexual assault. Brand divorced Katy after two years of their marriage.
The singer married Orlando Bloom in 2019 and invested herself in working with residencies and philanthropy work. Katy runs a successful shoe brand, is a judge on American Idol, and is also enjoying her beautiful days of motherhood.