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  1. 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?"
  2. Lady Gaga covers Billboard magazine. There's also an in-depth interview in which she opens up about the creation of Chromatica. It also features an interview with her manager, Bobby Campbell. These pictures are gorgeous! Thoughts, Exhale?
  3. Lady Gaga's new commercial for Valentino’s perfume Voce Viva is out, and it's stunning. Some press release jargon for ya: “Lady Gaga means freedom, self-consciousness, pure heart,” said Valentino fashion house’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. “Her participation in this campaign elevates the symbolic power of the project to the highest level. “She is the icon of a generation. Her message of freedom, passion for art, self-consciousness and equality is the same [as what] our Valentino community stands for.” Gaga had this to say: “Be yourself, love who you are and never give up on your dreams.” Are YOU buying it? Regardless of what it smells like? Cause... take all my money queen. Related:
  4. Gaga opened up about her journey with mental health, and how her superstardom left the Tricon feeling disconnected at times. She says recording Chromatica was one artistic tool in her belt to help overcome her hurdles. Also, Gaga be looking 19-years-old in this interview. Related:
  5. Marvel is eyeing Lady Gaga to play MCU's Emma Frost. The Hollywood Enquirer's sources have been accurate about a couple of other things recently, so this is plausible. Golden Globe, Critics Choice, Academy Award, Oscar, Grammy Award, Tricon winning queen to play Emma Frost would be iconic. Exhale, are you here for it or nah? 🥶
  6. 10 Years ago, today on the VMAs 2010, Lady Gaga was wearing one of her most iconic outfits ever. Created by designer Franc Fernandez and featuring a cowl neckline, a slashed-to-thigh hem and matching beef clutch bag, the “meat dress”, as it quickly became known, was an overnight sensation. Hailed as the biggest fashion moment of the year, Gaga’s meat dress was nothing short of a sartorial phenomenon, and a decade later, it’s impact on red carpet dressing is still being felt. When Gaga stepped onto the VMA’s stage cloaked in flank, it wasn’t purely for scandalous effect. It was a political move. A public advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, the dress was the precursor to “The Prime Rib of America” speech she gave ten days later in Maine, lobbying against the United States military’s “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy, an act that prohibited homosexual and bisexual service people from disclosing their ****** orientation.
  7. Hello, who do you think has more hits between our pop queens, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry?
  8. Ava Max can't escape the Lady Gaga comparisons. She was asked about it in a new interview. She says she loves Gaga, but doesn't get why people compare women and not men (which I don't agree with btw). The quote wasn't originally in English, so this is the Google Translation, but you'll get the gist. She was asked which artists influence her. "For me Beyoncé is number 1. Mariah Carey, I have said it on other occasions, it was also very important. In a way, she was the first to teach me to sing, when I was 9 and 10 years old, I kept listening to her and imitating her." Thoughts, Exhale?
  9. Talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender... Brazilian singer / icon, Gretchen Cantora, covered Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain On Me," and NGL it kinda slaps. She incorporates a saxophone and gives it a new spin. It's obviously just for fun but we love supporting legends. Thoughts, Exhale?
  10. Welcome to @CrazyButItFeelsAllright's second edition to Songs That Deserved More Last post I wanted to limit myself to 10 artists, but for the remixed, reimagined, but still iconic edition I wanted to include 10 more in addition to the females in the first post. *I'm only including songs that were released as singles or promotional singles and didn't do as well on the Billboard Hot 100* 1) Britney Spears - Overprotected Peak: #86 on the Billboard Hot 100 (in Darkchild Remix form) Highest Peak: #1 in Poland Fun Fact: Grammy Nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 2. Christina Aguilera - Dirrty Peak #48 Highest Peak #1 Croatia, Ireland, Scotland & UK Fun Fact: The video is credited as the origin of the "slutdrop" 3. Dua Lipa - Physical Peak #60 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Lebanon, Poland Fun Fact: song made Dua Lipa the first female to have 3 songs in the top 10 simultaneously in the UK since 1952 4. Taylor Swift - Wonderland Peak #51 Highest Peak #51 USA Fun Fact: Based on Alice in Wonderland and rumored to be another song about Harry Styles 5. Lady Gaga - Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) Peak #(not released as a US Single) Highest Peak #2 Sweden Fun Fact: Although not released in the US it was certified gold 6. Nicki Minaj - Beez In The Trap Peak #48 Highest Peak #7 US Billboard Hot Rap Songs & US Rap Airplay Fun Fact: Complex named it as #9 best song of 2012 7. Ariana Grande - Be Alright Peak #43 Highest Peak #8 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: Demo with Migos leaked in 2018 8. Beyoncé - Countdown Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 German Urban Charts & US Hot Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker accused Beyoncé of using concepts from two of her pieces, Rosas danst Rosas (1983) and Achterlund (1990). 9. Hilary Duff - All About You Peak #119 Highest Peak #20 Australia Fun Fact: Savan Kotecha co-wrote the song. He's also credited for writing I Wanna Go, Up 'N Down and If U Seek Amy for Britney Spears 10. Marina (and the Diamonds) - How To Be a Heartbreaker Peak #42 US Pop Digital Charts Highest Peak #3 Poland Fun Fact: Certified gold in the United States even though it didn't peak on the main charts 11. Carly Rae Jepsen - Now That I Found You Peak #25 US Pop Digital Songs Highest Peak #6 Japan Hot Overseas Fun Fact: Billboard named it #43 of the best 100 songs of 2019 12. Tinashe - All Hands On Deck Peak #101 Highest Peak #8 Belgium Fun Fact: Tinashe and Iggy Azalea teamed up for the first time on a remix for this track. They now have a new collaboration released this year 13. Kelly Clarkson - I Dare You Peak #86 Highest Peak #3 Israel Fun Fact: Song was recorded in six different language versions 14. Iggy Azalea - Started Peak #120 Highest Peak #10 Greece Digital Songs Fun Fact: music influenced by Anna Nicole Smith and features Trixie Mattel and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo 15. Selena Gomez - Boyfriend Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fact: Song was created after Selena sent Julia Michaels a text saying "I want a boyfriend" 16. Madonna - Celebration Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Russia Airplay, Scotland, Sweden, UK Dance, and US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Became Madonna's 40th number one song on US Dance Club Songs (the most for any artist) 17. P!nk - Trouble Peak #68 Highest Peak #1 Belgium Fun Fact: Tim Armstrong wrote the song for his band Rancid's album but offered it to P!nk after it didn't make the final cut 18. Rihanna - Man Down Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 France and Switzerland Fun Fact: One of the songs written during a writing camp where Def Jam rented almost every recording studio in LA to write as many songs possible for the album 19. Katy Perry - Harleys In Hawaii Peak #110 Highest Peak # 1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fat: Included this for you Katy Clowns and although I don't like her anymore this song should've been what NRO is 20. Miley Cyrus - Who Owns My Heart Peak #DIDN'T CHART Highest Peak #2 Belgium Fun Fact: The Parents Television Council criticized the video for its ****** elements
  11. Lady Gaga's array of iconic face masks at the VMAs (9 different masks to be precise) inspired people to step out of their comfort zones in search of bolder face masks. Gaga said at the VMAs, "I might sound like a broken record but wear a mask. It's a sign of respect." According to a new report from Lyst, searches for face masks that include the terms “bold” and “colorful” spiked 43%, compared to the previous week. Yas TRICON, yas kindness and safety. Related:
  12. Lady Gaga paid tribute to Britney at beginning of her performance! Omg this is so sweet. “On the way, a performance by Britney Spears and N SYNC. Diana Ross and Lady Gaga performing live from Chromatica.” Showing respect to the queen! PS Gaga is not lip syncing she has a mic inside her mask ... P.S I love this!! 😜😜😜💄👄🐱🐔 Related:
  13. 6.4 million people tuned in to watch the VMAs Sunday night. The show was broadcast live on MTV and the 12 other ViacomCBS brands. This year's show saw only a 5% dip in overall viewership compared to 2019. According to a new report from Variety, the show generated 41.1 million impressions on social media. It was the second-most socialed event of the year (just 7% behind the Super Bowl). There's a lot of figures floating around regarding last year's ratings. Some sites report last year's VMAs had 4.9 million. Which would mean this year's smashed last year's. This year's show felt miles better than last year's. Super here for this virtual format. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  14. One of Lady Gaga's biggest fansites, Lady Gaga Now, was destroyed by hackers right before the VMAs started . "They took the server down while everyone was waiting for the VMAs to start; but besides that they managed to ruin the server's operating system," the owner Mateo wrote in a message. "Unfortunately this damage caused a huge loss of data, which led to the inevitable shut down of the platform." "I don't know if I will ever recover from this," they continued. Read the whole note below: Omg Jordan take care of our community
  15. Lady Gaga says she's wearing masks before it became a thing, but this is one of her most as usual, highly conceded comment's Masks and it's use in pop music was always a thing, as it's very dramatic and theatrical. I used my girl Madonna, as a prime example, that it was always a thing, before Gaga claimed it wasn't mainstream. It's the most arrogant thing to say When, she's not the only to use it. And like I said countless others far from Madonna used it. But Gaga needs to retract it, cos to me it's like she's using the pandemic into making it a fashion trend.
  16. Lady Gaga is the first-ever recipient of the MTV VMA Tricon award (“global music superstar, award-winning actor, fashion trailblazer, [and] devoted activist,” which is technically four things). “This is so cool. This means a lot to me,” Gaga said. “It means more to me than you probably even realize. I’ve been making music since I was a little girl and even though I had really, really big dreams I really never could have imagined that I would be given an award like this that honored me for so many of my passions.” “Everyone at home is their own form of a Tricon,” she continued. “I wish for you to think, right now, of three things that define who you are, and take a moment to reward yourself for your bravery. This has not been an easy year for a lot of people, but what I see in the world is a massive triumph of courage.” “I also hope that people at home who have big dreams, I hope they see me here today accepting this award and know how grateful I am. I want you to know that you can do this too. Just because we’re separated right now and culture may feel less alive in some ways, I know a renaissance is coming and the wrath of pop culture will inspire you and the rage of art will empower you as it responds to hardship with its generosity and love.” Watch below: Related:
  17. Lady Gaga stole the show! Mother Monster kicked off her performance at the VMAs with the Chromatica II interlude, which directly into fan-favorite Chromatica track "911." From there, Gaga slipped into a new outfit to perform "Rain On Me," which won Best Collaboration and Song of the Year earlier in the night. Before finishing off her set with a ballad rendition of "Stupid Love" that blasted into a dance version. EPIC! Thoughts, Exhale?! Related:
  18. So I was going through my playlists and one of them is "Songs That Deserved More" and thought it would be interesting to see your thoughts. I chose a song from each artist mentioned, but of course they have other songs that did not deserve to flop or should've been more successful than they were. Although there are a couple of artists on here I'm not the most fond of anymore I can't deny that these aren't bops and deserved more. 1) Britney Spears - Slumber Party Peak: #86 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: The song is Britney's 36th Billboard Hot 100 entry 2) Christina Aguilera - Your Body Peak: #34 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Music video directed by longtime Beyonce collaborator Melina Matsoukas 3. Taylor Swift - New Romantics Peak: #46 USA Highest Peak: #9 US Adult Top 40 Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #58 Best Song of the Decade in 2019 4. Lady Gaga - The Cure Peak: #39 USA Highest Peak: #2 Finland Download Fun Fact: Lady Gaga debuted the song at 2017's Coachella Music Festival 5. Nicki Minaj & Ariana Grande - Bed Peak: #42 USA Highest Peak: #6 Belgium Fun Fact: The 5th Nicki and Ariana collaboration out of 6 6. Beyoncé - Upgrade U Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #11 US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Fun Fact: Song was released as a promotional single in the USA only 7. Madonna - Girl Gone Wild Peak: #106 USA Highest Peak: #1 Global Dance Songs/US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Madonna was threatened litigation by Girls Gone Wild creator 8. Hilary Duff - Sparks Peak: #93 USA Highest Peak: #1 Hong Kong Fun Fact: Song is Hilary's 4th top 10 on the US Dance Club Charts after 3 consecutive #1s from 07-08 9. Katy Perry - Bon Appétit Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #2 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: The music video accrued 16 million views in 24 hours most since Adele's Hello 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me Peak: Did not chart in the USA Highest Peak: #15 Slovakia Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #49 on their year-end list of 2015 Best Songs SHARE YOURS
  19. On August 28, 2011 the VMA's were held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Britney Spears received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for her influence and impact in music. The award was presented by Lady Gaga in her character of Jo Calderone, giving an introductory speech which was followed by a medley performance by a group of girl dancers, featuring Britney's most iconic outfits throughout her music video career. Britney and Gaga had a moment of silence onstage, where they exchanged looks while making the audience believe they were gonna kiss (as a reference to Britney and Madonna's kiss in 2003) only for Britney to interrupt saying she "had done that already" Together they proceeded to introduce Beyoncé's performance That night, Britney also won Best Pop Video for Till the World Ends The same video was also nominated for Best Choreography, but lost to Beyoncé's Run the World (Girls).
  20. Our queens did that! Gaga is NOT playing around with Miss Rona. Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain On Me" won Best Collaboration and Song of the Year. Gaga also won Artist of the Year. "Ariana and I really connected through this song," she said. "Me and Ariana are truly soul sisters. Girl this is for us. We've both been through some s**t together." "We turned our tears, that felt like endless rainfall, into diamonds. I will treasure those diamonds with you forever honey." Watch below: Related:
  21. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3356218534437253&id=204318022960669&sfnsn=mo&extid=fKD1wBXAqh1vvlT9&d=n&vh=e Logo counted 9 iconic queer vma Moments Lady Gaga for her meat dress Lil Nas X for winning song of the year. . Elton John for performing with guns n' roses. Todrick hall for acceptance speech for you need to calm down. For Video with a message. Miley Cyrus for drag queens appearance on her performance of doooo it!!! But Madonna appeared the most.. For her groundbreaking Vogue performance at the 1990 VMAs, The Kiss that shook the vmas And the drag queen tribute to her at the 99 VMAs. Where Madonna proclaimed it takes a real man to wear my shoes.
  22. Lady Gaga showed off her bruised and swollen knees. She's entrenched in rehearsals for her performance of "Rain On Me" with Ariana Grande at the VMAs on Sunday. In before y'all say BRITNEY INVENTED KNEES Related:
  23. Many of you know about the scrapped album “Artpop Act II”. For those who don’t know, here’s a video about it: Brooklyn Nights could’ve been on that album and I think that if it was a first single of the scrapped album, it could’ve been a hit, even maybe a #1 hit. Also Princess Die is rumoured to be on the album. Do you think that Artpop Act II could’ve been more successful than the original Artpop if it was released. Also in sales and charts, how do you think it would’ve done.
  24. I recently had a conversation with my friend who is a Taylor stan about Gaga vs Taylor Swift discography. I am an admitted Gaga Stan since 2009 but I was able to say I prefer to listen to Taylor's discography more often. I find Taylor's discography more listenable from start to finish, melodically, etc. It is an easier listen. There are a few Gaga albums that are largely unlistenable to me (some of Artpop & Joanne), but there are some major Gaga tracks that go much "further" on impact than anything Taylor has ever put out, such as Bad Romance, Edge of Glory, Rain on Me, Shallow, etc etc etc, that make up for this shortcoming. Though I mostly prefer Taylor's discography as a whole, I am still a Gaga over Taylor stan because of Gaga's vocal ability, constant advocacy for LGBTQIA+ for her entire career, personality, strong and provocative songwriting, etc. I believe Gaga has built a much stronger legacy/impact than Taylor as of now. What do you think? Is there even a comparison to be had between the two? What is Taylor's legacy vs Gaga?
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