Katy Perry, the well-known American pop star, has sold the rights to her hit albums to Litmus Music. The deal includes the rights to her five albums, “One of the Boys”, “Teenage Dream”, “PRISM”, “Witness”, and “Smile” from the years 2008 to 2020. Litmus CEO Dan McCarroll praised Perry as a “creative visionary” with significant influence in music, television, film, and philanthropy. While Litmus Music did not disclose the financial details of the deal, various US media outlets estimate its value at approximately $225 million. Perry, who has produced chart-topping hits like “California Gurls” and “Firework”, is one of the highest-earning pop stars of recent times. She has been in a relationship with Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom since 2016, and they welcomed their daughter Daisy Dove in August 2020, just before Perry released her album “Smile”. Perry is also actively involved as a UNICEF ambassador for children’s welfare.