Dark Wh*re - PenPop: S1E5


Apr 27 2023 • 35 mins

Dark Wh*re  - PenPop: S1E5

On this episode of PenPop, hosts Ary Dominguez and Dante DiDomenico continue the first season of blasphemy in pop music by exploring the 2013 song “Dark Horse” by Katy Perry. The music video, the performances, the cover art, and of course THE LYRICS! It’s time to get your pens out and dive into this week’s episode!

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Mentioned in this episode:

“Dark Horse” by Katy Perry ft Juicy J (2013)

PRISM by Katy Perry ft Juicy J (2013)

“Dark Horse” Official Music Video (2014)


“Dark Horse” Performance The Prismatic World Tour (2014)


“Dark Horse” Performance BRIT Awards (2014)


“Dark Horse” Performance Super Bowl Halftime Show (2015)


“Dark Horse” Performance GRAMMY Awards (2014)


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PenPop explores two music connoisseurs with a love for music pop culture, ready to dissect and analyze classic pop songs into their own improper interpretations with no English degree, but a whole lot of outrageous hot takes.

PenPop is produced and edited by Ary Dominguez and Dante DiDomenico, hosted by Ary Dominguez and Dante DiDomenico, graphics created by Ary Dominguez and Dante DiDomenico, theme music created by Ary Dominguez. Thank you to the listeners who support us. If you’d like to show your support or learn more information, visit the show notes in your podcast app!

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