By Ariana Bacle
February 12, 2017 at 06:44 PM EST

Katy Perry took over the Grammys stage for the fifth time Sunday night when she performed new song “Chained to the Rhythm,” which dropped Friday, for the first time live.

Wearing a “RESIST” armband and a black-and-white pantsuit, Perry performed in a model house, complete with a white picket fence. She was joined by her “Chained to the Rhythm” collaborator, Skip Marley, who raps one verse on the track.

During the final moments of the performance, the U.S. Constitution projected behind her. “No hate,” she said just as the song ended.

“Chained to the Rhythm” officially debuted Friday, but Perry gave fans a chance to hear it early via music-playing disco balls she planted around the world.

Since its release, Perry has been vocal about the song’s political message. “We gonna call this era Purposeful Pop,” she tweeted on Friday.

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Although Perry wasn’t up for any awards this year — her last studio album, Prism, came out in 2013 — she’s been nominated 13 times in the past. She last performed at the Grammys in 2015 when she sang the ballad “By the Grace of God” alongside survivors of domestic violence.

See GIFs of the performance below.