Nicki and Katy Perry have been at the top of the charts for years, but the songs have also remained popular.
Now that their song “Sunday Night Fever” has reached the top five, many are questioning why the songs are still so beloved.
A recent poll by Pew Research Center found that over 70 percent of American adults still have an opinion about Katy Perry’s new song, “Sunday Time.”
“I really think that ‘Sunday Night Fire’ is just really a very catchy song,” said Sam Tait, a senior research fellow at Pew.
“I’m really a fan of the song, but it just sounds so much better than ‘Sunday Time.'”
The song’s popularity has not been limited to the US.
A study published by the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs found that Japanese songwriters like Tatsuyuki Tanaka and Nobuyuki Kaji also had success on the US chart.
Tatsumi said he’s surprised how popular Katy Perry is because of her “coolness.”
“It’s not just about being popular.
It’s also about having an emotional connection with people,” Tatsumaki said.
“It’s also a very personal connection with the fans.
They’re people who really appreciate the songs.”
In Japan, Katy Perry has garnered the support of the government.
Last year, the country’s Minister of Culture Akihiro Ueshiba signed a deal with Perry to write lyrics for her next song, the “Sunday Times.”
A day later, she posted the video for the song on her YouTube channel.
Perry also has a new song in Japan, which will be released this summer.
“I want to write songs for myself.
It would be nice if I could sing a lot, and I don’t want to do it on stage,” Perry said in a statement to Billboard.
“The reason why I write songs is because I’m really curious about it.
I feel so proud of myself for making it to this point.
It wouldn’t be the same if it wasn’t for all the fans that helped me.”