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almost that house music, some of those references." The artwork was also released, featuring Perry laying out on the beach sand with a bejeweled bikini.
Perry used Wikipedia to research which rapper she wanted to collaborate with for "California Gurls", browsing West Coast artists before selecting Snoop Dogg.
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On December 2, 2010, the song received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
Glenn Gamboa of Newsday reviewed the song saying, "'California Gurls' is a fizzy-pop concoction of empty calories, but it sure does stick with you." He went on to note that the craftsmanship of the song was of a high standard.
Steve Leftridge of Pop Matters called "California Gurls" the radio jam of the summer of 2010 and "the gargantuan singalong fantasy that delivered on the promise built by the disco thump of hits like 'I Kissed a Girl' and 'Hot n Cold'." Leftridge also praised the song's musical composition, lyrical content and its chorus which he said "you know by heart halfway through your first listen." Greg Kot of Chicago Tribune, however, dismissed the song as "relentlessly mechanical".
He commended the expertise of the song's arrangement and its "buoyant" chorus.
Richards went on to say that "California Gurls" is "an ever-lasting gobstopper of a tune" and that "summertime megahits rarely feel this good".