Jake Miller just premiered his new track 'Ghost' today, and we couldn't help but be reminded of another song by the same title -- Katy Perry's 'Ghost'! Which song do you like better?

Katy Perry's 'Ghost' is a moving ballad about the end of a relationship, when the other person has vanished into nothing but a ghost. It's a seriously emotional track, and Katy Perry's powerful vocals (combined with her tear-your-heart-out lyrics) propel the song to reach that high intensity. You're definitely going to want to grab a box of tissues for this one, which you can listen to here.

While equally as moving, Jake Miller's 'Ghost' (which you can listen to over at Perez Hilton) has a decidedly different tone than Katy Perry's. Instead of the "ghost" referring to a past lover, Jake passionately raps about the kids who feel invisible, just like ghosts. Not only is the tune incredibly inspirational (sample lyrics: "You feel invisible / But I can see you," Jake spits, "You're calling out, nobody's answering / But I can hear you / 'They don't like me, they don't get me, they don't feel my pain' / But there's a million people out there who feel the same") -- it's also incredibly catchy, between Jake's quick rhymes and Nikki Flores' emotional voice on the chorus.

Which 'Ghost' song do you like better? Cast your vote for Katy Perry or Jake Miller in the poll below.

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