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  1. i know its very very far fetched but i swear i can hear britney autotuned voice saying ***** ***** *****
  2. Now that I've had a week to sink my teeth into Chromatica, I'm beginning to uncover meaning behind this string of super sonic somber songs. I'd like to unpack the symbology in "Replay," the album's disco-tinged dance floor banger. At first glance, I thought "Replay" detailed one of Gaga's harrowing relationships between herself and a toxic former flame. But there's something I thought of that shifted my entire perception of the song, and now I can't see it any other way. Gaga's repeated use of the word "monster" in the track feels deliberate and intentional. She could've used any word in the world, why "monster?" First, let's take a glance at the history of the word in the Gaga universe. You may recall Gaga featured a song titled "Monster" on The Fame Monster. In the intro of the song, Gaga says "don't call me Gaga." She sings about a boy who "ate her heart," and recklessly consumed her emotions. The Fame Monster coined the term Gaga fans go by: Little Monsters. In the past, Gaga has described death, alcohol and drugs as monsters. In other words, Gaga has a complicated love-hate relationship with monsters. In her new song, "Replay," Gaga sings about trauma, and I can't help but think she's subtly singing about her super stardom. In her new interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Gaga said being so famous gives her a little anxiety about the public. "Replay" also details her experience with PTSD. Can you imagine everyone in the world knowing who you are? And wanting something from you? How guilty are most of us chanting WHERE IS LG6? WE WANT LG6. WE DON'T WANT JOANNE WE WANT DANCE FLOOR BANGERS. Gaga came through with Chromatica, but at a cost? Check out some of the lyrics from "Replay." View them through the lens as if she is undoubtedly taking about her fame and the demands fans place upon her. It's wild. I want to preface this by saying that I don't think Gaga is saying she hates her fans, her career or her stardom. She obviously LOVES and adores her fans. There is no denying that. However, we just can't understand what it's like to be so famous. That fame is energized and expanded through her loyal supporters. I imagine it's a bit of a double-edged sword. This is not exclusive to Gaga, rather all hyper-famous people. I also want to say this is my own perspective on the song. Music takes all sorts of shapes, so while I may see this as a stance on the dark sides of fame and fans, others may see "Replay" as Gaga's response to a bad romance. After I had my own revelation about "Replay," I grew to love the song so much more. I can't imagine being Gaga-level famous, nor having that amount of fans. While she is so blessed and fortunate, that amount of celebrity could feel like a mental prison. What do you think about "Replay?"
  3. I would pick Britney Spears - 911. The rap part slays Britney: Gaga:
  4. ‘Sour Candy’ smashes existing streaming records Upon the release on Thursday, BLACKPINK and Lady Gaga’s ‘Sour Candy’ reportedly “shattered” streaming records, as per Forbes. It “debuted” on Spotify at the sixth spot in the Global streams and 12th in the United States with over 3.67 million and 757,000 streams, respectively. The reports then added that the release “granted” the K-pop group the “biggest debut” for a single track in the history of Spotify. Not to mention, ‘Sour Candy’ had reportedly reached the top spot on iTunes in 52 countries. Despite its release without an official music video, the audio-video reportedly “performed exceptionally” on YouTube. As stated, it reached over 21.8 million views within its first 24 hours. The figures also reportedly allowed BLACKPINK and Lady Gaga to break the YouTube record for the “biggest debut” for an all-female collaboration. Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey’s ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ formerly held the record on the platform, the reports added. Source
  5. is the fake feminism the lesbian faux pas in videos this decade.. when Britney kissed madonna it was considered a marketing tactic , shock and awe.. more acts after that followed in same footstep until it became mainstream , T.a.T.u did it , Christina did it , and others.. but in recent years that has been replaced with a so call female empowerment love for each other act, singers are doing in videos. take for instance ariana , miley and lana in their video, beyonce and nicki minaj, nicki minaj and everyone she collaborated with .. but after the music wraps up and the song is out of the charts they are no longer friends and start ripping each other up in headlines and interviews.... is it all just publicity or any of it is genuine ..
  6. We are now in the third decade of the 21 century and it gives a new flavour to an achievement count. When Eminem reached the top of the charts with “Godzilla” in January, he became the first ever artist to earn UK No.1 single in each of the last three decades. He topped British charts in the 2000s, 2010s and 2020s: The Real Slim Shady 2000 Stan 2000 Without Me 2002 Lose Yourself 2002 Just Lose It 2004 Like Toy Soldiers 2005 Smack That 2006 The Monster feat. Rihanna 2013 River feat. Ed Sheeran 2017 Godzilla feat. Juice WRLD 2020 This is the privilege nobody could share with him. Until recently. Now Lady Gaga can claim the same achievement after scoring No.1 with “Rain On Me” shared Ariana Grande this week. This is the list of her UK No.1s: Just Dance 2009 Poker Face 2009 Bad Romance 2009 Telephone 2009 Shallow feat. Bradley Cooper 2018 Rain On Me feat. Ariana Grande 2020 https://www.eminem.pro/en/lady-gaga-joins-eminem-uk1.html
  7. Lady Gaga should be celebrating the release of her new album, Chromatica, but the escalating riots and looting following the unjust death of George Floyd continue to ravage the country. Gaga spoke out. "I have a lot of things to say about this, but the first thing I want to say is I’m afraid to say anything that will incite further anger, although that is precisely the emotion that’s justified. I do not wish to contribute to more violence, I wish to contribute to a solution. I am as outraged by the death of George Floyd as I have been by the deaths of exponentially too many black lives over hundreds of years that have been taken from us in this country as a result of systemic racism and the corrupt systems that support it," Gaga said. "The voices of the black community have been silenced for too long and that silence has proven deadly time and time again. And no matter what they do to protest, they are still met with no compassion by the leaders that are meant to protect them. Everyday people in America are racist, that’s a fact." "Right now is a critical time for the black community to be supported by all other communities so we can put a stop to something that is intrinsically wrong by the grace of God or whatever creator you do or do not believe in." "We have known for a long time that President Trump has failed. He holds the most powerful office in the world, yet offers nothing but ignorance and prejudice while black lives continue to be taken. We have known he is a fool, and a racist, since he took office. He is fueling a system that is already rooted in racism, and racist activity, and we can all see what is happening." "It’s time for a change." "I urge people to speak gently to each other, speak with passion, inspiration, and impress the importance of this issue until the systems that keep us sick die, instead of people we love. We MUST show our love for the black community. As a white, privileged woman, I take an oath to stand by that. We haven’t, as a privileged community, done enough to fight racism and stand up for those people who are being killed by it." "This isn’t justice. This is an epic tragedy that defines our country and has for a long time. I am sad. I am angry. And I will use the words that I can find to try to communicate what needs to change in as an effective and non-violent way as possible for me." Related:
  8. Madonna knows Babylon. Dubs it as a nice remix of Vogue.. I knew she was going to say something. She didn't disappoint as usual. And right on time as usual. @JordanMiller @Roxxy
  9. Hi all! Apologies if I'm not posting this in the right forum but I thought this site would be a good place to show off my latest remix. Feel free to like/subscribe/comment/all of the above. Been a while since I put out music (I used to almost exclusively do Britney Spears Remixes, some of which are on my YouTube). Here's my "Rain On Me" remix. Hope you all enjoy
  10. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2438587479771856&id=1400336190263662&sfnsn=mo The reviews for Chromatica are mostly positive. But each one seems to mention that Madonna comparision. Like the Facebook post said. They just can't leave Gaga alone without mentioning Madonna. Which didn't happen during The cheek to cheek era, joanne or a star is born eras. But everytime she did a dance album. Madonna was always mentioned in the reviews. This is unusual as Madonna was never attached in reviews for Kylie minogue, Geri Halliwell, or any other dance female. I guess for Gaga it will always be hard to escape Madonna's shadow when she does dance music in the eyes of the press. @Roxxy @JordanMiller
  11. https://www.madonnarama.com/posts-en/2011/05/10/lady-gagas-creative-director-admits-ripping-off-madonna/ LaurieAnn Gibson's the original creative director of Lady Gaga. Finally admits that Madonna has every right to be bitter. As she was the one that copied Madonna's Blonde Ambition tour to give gaga's Fans their own Madonna experience. She admitted this in 2011 in an LA Times interview. How come it's resurfacing is beyond me.. @JordanMiller @Roxxy Now we Know why before tour preparations for the Born this way ball happened why she was fired..
  12. The little monsters are mad at slant magazine for their two and a half star review of Chromatica. Sadly it has led to Little monsters to basically discover and reveal that they Praised Madame X by Madonna and as you see in the comments it has brought back the stan war. But like one Madonna fan said. This isn't Madonna's fault that Slant don't see it for Chromatica so quit bring up Madonna when nobody did. There is also "empty threats" of reporting the tweet saying it's offensive and culturally insensitive to the little monsters. Let me just say this. You guys can handle a few bad reviews. It won't hurt her. Just listen to the music.
  13. Lady Gaga's 2016 Album 'Joanne'. Her first mature Singer songwriter material is officially declared by Billboard as a lost masterpiece in her catalog. Though they agree it's underrated. But Billboard says that title officially belongs to 2013's Overproduced ARTPOP. Which gaga told Zane Lowe in her Apple music interview that the 2013 album was ahead of it's time and that while she was ready, the rest of the world wasn't. But she states with 2020's Chromatica that the world is ready this time. Anyway while Billboard credits Joanne for allowing Kesha, Miley Cyrus and even Katy Perry to do personal pop. They all didn't have the reception that they hoped for. With the Exception of Rainbow by Kesha besides a lack of radio support the album did sell well and was a critical fav of 2017 in music. While Kesha returned to her bratty pop and Miley is doing a rock album. Gaga returning to her roots while a good thing. It does make Joanne feel like a lost masterpiece that never could fully deliver what the artist hoped for.
  14. Lady Gaga was dragged for saying how happy she was that Chromatica was out. People felt like it was insensitive considering the country is in mourning over a racially charged murder by police officers to George Floyd, who unjustly died after an office kneeled on his neck and suffocated him. Gaga Tweeted about Floyd amidst the Chromatica rollout on Thursday, but that wasn't enough apparently. She decided to delay the Chromatica listening party from today to a later date. Gaga couldn't have predicted such a terrible tragedy would take place during her album release. It's a tough spot to be in. But, she's allowed to feel happy about her project AND sad about Floyd all at the same time. People are complex creatures and can feel different emotions simultaneously. What are your thoughts? Related:
  15. Gaga album chromatic does not hold up infront of Sophie Ellis Bextor album "Make A Scene" from 2011 https://youtu.be/bWkP-mt_bOk
  16. Chromatica is being accused of several club samples stealing. A problem gaga has seriously faced everytime she did dance music.. But now we can add Kylie's Juggernaut "Can't get you out of my head" to the rip off accusations. I won't lie. Even though the tempo is slowed down. It does sound similar to the intro. I knew gaga going back to dance music. All the accusations that she faced early on that almost made her want to retire in 2014. Was going to come back. And boy did it. @JordanMiller @Roxxy
  17. Lady Gaga's new album Chromatica is officially out! What songs are you loving the most? I'm particularly fond of "911," "Alice" and "Plastic Doll." It's dance floor banger after dance floor banger after dance floor banger. 2020 has proved difficult, but Chromatica is a gem amidst the chaos. So excited to dive into this album. I've only had a chance to listen to it a few times, but it evokes a lot of emotion from me. What's interesting is they're bops, yet the lyrics are poignant, timely and sincere. Yes, it has its bussy bangers, like "Sour Candy," but there's layers of meaning throughout most songs. It takes some time to peel back the mask and unearth what Gaga buried deep below the bass. Let's light this topic up! Please feel free to comment on each song you listen to in real time. Happy stream + comment party, Exhale!
  18. It's no secret. Ariana is a bigger pop star than Lady Gaga today. Some blogs are suggesting that Rain on me is only huge cos of Ariana and not lady gaga. They mostly expect Chromatica to perform like Bionic.. They state at 34. She went back to the outlandish outfits and make up and theatrical antics. Bottom line is In many articles. Lady gaga's image is basically a revamped version of her original image. Many think it might not work given most modern day musicians just wear baggy sweats and a messy t shirt like a normal teenager. Messed up hair and everything. They also feel the image of gaga might work in 2010. But in 2020. It's definitely dated..
  19. "Rain On Me" acapella + "Feel Special" instrumental So this popped into my recommended videos on YouTube. I mean, for obvious reasons... TWICE are my favorite K-Pop group, and "Feel Special" is one of my favorite K-Pop songs EVER. And I kid you not when I say that the "Feel Special" instrumental works TOO well with "Rain On Me". The second chorus is HEAVEN!!!
  20. Chromatica is out in two days! Check out the writing credits: Chromatica I: Lady Gaga & Morgan Kibby Alice: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Axel Hedfors (Axwell), Johannes Klahr & Justin Tranter Stupid Love: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Max Martin, Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso & Ely Rise Rain On Me: Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns, Nija Charles, Rami Yacoub, Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso & Alexander Ridha (Boys Noize) Free Woman: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Axel Hedfors & Johannes Klahr Fun Tonight: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns & Rami Yacoub Chromatica II: Morgan Kibby & Stefani Germanotta 911: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Madeon & Justin Tranter Plastic Doll: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Skrillex, Jacob 'Jkash' Hindlin & Rami Yacoub Sour Candy: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns, Rami Yacoub, Madison Emiko Love & Hong Jun Park Enigma: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Jacob 'Jkash' Hindlin & Matthew Burns Replay: Lady Gaga, Matthew Burns & BloodPop® Chromatica III: Lady Gaga & Morgan Kibby Sine From Above: Lady Gaga, Elton John, BloodPop®, Rami Yacoub, Benjamin Rice, Axel Hedfors, Johannes Klahr, Richard Zastenker, Ryan Tedder, Sebastian Ingrosso, Vincent Ponte & Salem Al Fakir 1000 Doves: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Rami Yacoub & Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso Babylon: Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & Matthew Burns Related:
  21. We'll have Chromatica in just a few days! Here are the track lengths: ‘Chromatica I’ - 01:00 'Alice' - 02:57 'Stupid Love' - 03:13 ‘Rain On Me’ (with Ariana Grande) - 03:02 ‘Free Woman’ - 03:11 ‘Fun Tonight’ - 02:53 ‘Chromatica II’ - 00:41 ‘911’ - 02:52 ‘Plastic Doll’ - 03:41 ‘Sour Candy’ (with BLACKPINK) - 02:37 ‘Enigma’ - 02:59 ‘Replay’ - 03:06 ‘Chromatica III’ - 00:27 ‘Sine From Above’ (with Elton John) 04:04 ‘1,000 Doves’ - 03:35 ‘Babylon’ - 02:41 Related:
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