50. Not the End of the World Average: 6.94 (New entry) Highest score: 10x4 @Sprockrooster @Rose-Coloured Boy @aboutyounow @Rem Lowest score: 2x1 @j267 My score: 9 Joining her chart focused trap-lite efforts, 'Not the End of the World' takes on the misery of lockdown directly by offering a new perspective as a means of feeling better. As truthful as it is, I have always despised the term and the idea that putting your problems into real perspective might heal you of them. No, your problems are valid and your life is your own. That being said, I've needed the sentiment as our lives have been forcibly paused, and it helps that its a well crafted catchy bop to boot. Much like the album it doesnt aim to reinvent the wheel, and shes certainly already perfected this sound, but would it be a Katy Perry album with the momentary lapse into a more clinical, brooding production amongst the cheese? 49. Bigger Than Me Average: 6.96 (New entry) Highest score: 10x6 @Espeon @soratami @yeRleDanaL @BeingNormal @Untouchable Ace @Remorque Lowest score: 1x1 @Cutlery My score: 8.5 The Witness cull claims the subtle Clinton inspired dance banger 'Bigger Than Me', which at least still made the top 50. A squeaky clean effort inspired by the fucking disaster that was the US election, its a clear embrace of her religious upbringing and an acceptance that tries to assail the fact that Donald Trump won. Its as generic as Perry usually is, but the sleek production and the quiet dance quality to it gives it a special place in the album. It certainly feels like the heart of it at times.