Katy Perry Dedicates Song of ‘Hope’ to Unborn Daughter


The ‘Never Really Over’ singer writes lady empowerment anthem ‘What Helps make a Woman’ from her new studio album for her initial baby with fiance Orlando Bloom.

Katy Perry‘s new keep track of “What Helps make a Woman” is a song of “hope” for her unborn daughter.

The “Daisies” hitmaker is expecting with her initial baby with fiance Orlando Bloom and explained to radio station NRJ Lebanon the keep track of tells her baby that there are “no restrictions on any of her desires.”

“There is a song on the file called What Helps make A Woman that is a hope I have for my foreseeable future baby,” Katy, 35, stated. “That she isn’t going to have any restrictions on any of her desires, or what she wants to be, or who she thinks she is and she can transform anytime she wants.”

“She can test every little thing on if she wants. I feel that song is important to me and important for her,” the singer gushed.

The “Firework” star also spoke about a different forthcoming keep track of titled “Teary Eyed”, which she admitted was incredibly emotional to generate.

She explained to iHeartRadio, “It’s actually about just dancing via your tears… And I am like, ‘Wow that actually resonates. That slaps, that hits challenging for me correct now. So I am excited for it. I am excited for all of it.”

The new tracks are from Katy’s forthcoming fifth studio album, which follows standalone tracks “Under no circumstances Really More than”, “Small Chat”, “Harleys In Hawaii”, and “Under no circumstances Worn White”.