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On her Facebook account, she wrote: She produced and played guitar on the recording of Blunt's song "No Bravery".

Then I post it. Recent career[ edit ] InPerry worked with KT Tunstall and wrote a few songs with her, some of which would later be featured on Tunstall's third studio album Tiger Suitreleased in September of that year. Production and songwriting[ edit ] InPerry was contacted by pop rock singer Pinkseeking production and songwriting assistance on her second album.

She collaborated with art-dance duo Fischerspooner on a few songs for their upcoming release and ended the year with a few co-writing credits on Gwen Stefani's debut, Love.

She also launched her own record label, Rockstar Records, for the primary purpose of releasing a CD of band Stone Fox. She wrote a handful of songs, two of which, "Beautiful" and "Cruz," would eventually be recorded and appear on Christina Aguilera's hit album Stripped.

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Aguilera's fourth studio album, Bionicreleased inincluded another track, written and produced solely by Perry, "Lift Me Up. Perry and Aguilera co-wrote every song. The track marked Perry's foray into more electroclash -inspired tunes.

Releases for included Kelly Osbourne's second album, which was written and produced by Perry. Featuring new artwork, the re-release includes original videos for "Fill Me Up" and "Freeway". Perry announced on her Facebook and Twitter profiles in June that she was "going to make an album" with her new band Deep Dark Robotwhich she founded with Tony Tornay.

Perry contributed to Christina Aguilera's third studio album, Back to Basics Inshe closed most of her shows with "Beautiful," a song she hoped would be her own comeback hit. Later that year she teamed again with Benatar for the song "Dancing Through the Wreckage" which was featured as the lead single from the documentary "Serve Like a Girl".

It was written for the Women's March on Washington. The year saw Perry appearing and performing on CNN as part of a special on music and the Internet —how independent artists are cutting out the major labels. She joined Lisa Marie Presley on stage for songs they wrote together.