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  • Leonardo
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    As no one cares to update the title of past threads related to Lady Gaga, I made this new one to discuss everything about her upcoming era, in which her 3rd studio album (ARTPOP) will be unveiled and promoted.

    • ARTPOP to be released November 11.
    • First single (Applause) to premiere on august 19th. 

    Lady Gaga To Return At The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards!
    Gaga will perform the first single from ARTPOP at the VMAs, set for August 25 in Brooklyn!

    From her bloody good performance of “Paparazzi” to her gender-bending take on “You And I” — and let’s not forget the Meat Dress  Lady Gagahas had no shortage of memorable moments at the MTV Video Music Awards over the years … and now, she’s set to add to that legacy at the 2013 VMAs.
    Gaga will make her triumphant return to the stage at this year’s show, performing the new single off her hotly anticipated ARTPOP album before a star-packed crown at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center … not to mention millions of fans watching around the world. She’s the first performer announced for the big show, which airs live on August 25 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Additional performers will be announced at a later date.

    Earlier this month, Gaga thrilled her Little Monsters by announcing she wasfully recovered from hip surgery and ready to roll, and at the VMAs, she’ll be performing ARTPOP’s debut single for the first time. The still-untitled track is set to be released on August 19, and ARTPOP is due on November 11.

    In addition to her string of stirring performances and outrageous fashion statements at the VMAs, Lady Gaga also taken home an armload of Moomen over the years — 13 in total — including Best New Artist and Video of the Year for “Bad Romance.”

    Promo clip VMAs 2013: Lady Gaga to perform

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    Leonardo
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    Excited!  Do you think there will be any collabo on her album? Who woud it be?

    The lead single is rumored to be called ‘Applause’…

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    torontophenom
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    Excited!  Do you think there will be any collabo on her album? Who woud it be?

    The lead single is rumored to be called ‘Applause’…

    \

    Billboard wrote an article about this:

    Lady Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP’: Top 10 Dream Collaborations

    By , New York | July 18, 2013 2:30 PM EDT

    • 396

    • 862

    • 176

    From Bowie to Britney to the Weeknd, here are 10 collaborators we’d like to see in the liner notes to Gaga’s next album.

    Last
    week’s announcement that Lady Gaga’s “ARTPOP” album was finally
    arriving in November was coupled with the news that the long-awaited
    full-length would be paired with a corresponding app, and that a first
    single would be released by the end of August. Aside from that, however,
    Little Monsters have no idea what the follow-up to 2011’s “Born This
    Way” will sound like, or who else has worked with the pop maven on her
    latest opus. “Born This Way” was many things for Gaga, but a hotbed of
    collaborations was not one of them. After previously singing alongside
    artists like Beyonce, Akon and Wale, Gaga stripped her last album of
    featured vocalists as well as the kind of flashy pop producers we’ve
    come to expect superstars to seek out.

    Full Details On The ‘ARTPOP’ Announcement

    “ARTPOP” may repeat that process, but if the album is rife with
    high-profile collaborations (which it very well may be), which singers,
    producers and songwriters would fans most like to hear enter Gaga’s
    brave new world? While every diehard fan certainly has an opinion on the
    subject, check out Billboard.com’s rundown of the 10 collaborators we’d
    love to see appear on “ARTPOP,” from EDM maestros to country divas to a
    certain pop queen that Gaga has long been compared to.

    Kendrick Lamar – Gaga’s guest spot on “Bitch Don’t Kill
    My Vibe,” from the Compton rapper’s 2012 album “good kid, m.A.A.d
    city,” didn’t make the final cut — which was probably for the best,
    since the song is more effective as a solo track and her vocals didn’t
    really fit with the chorus. Still, Gaga and Lamar are some of the most
    dynamic artists working in popular music, and there’s no reason why the
    right collaboration couldn’t be breathtaking. Maybe “ARTPOP” is this
    duo’s “take two” moment.

    Grimes – Since the 2011 release of “Born This Way,”
    Canadian indie-pop artist Claire Boucher has unfurled her brilliance in
    front of bigger and bigger audiences through her Grimes project. Having
    Boucher contribute as a vocalist or producer would be monumentally
    intriguing, with Grimes’ haunting voice serving as a yin to the yang of
    Gaga’s full-throated wail.

    Dev Hynes – Over the past year, the Blood Orange
    mastermind has emerged as producer and songwriter that enhances the
    strongest qualities in female alternative pop performers. From Solange’s
    “True” EP to Sky Ferreira’s “Everything is Embarrassing” single to
    Mutya Keisha Siobhan’s recent comeback bid “Flatline,” Hynes creates
    full hooks and clouds of synthesizers that are mesmerizing in their
    plushness. Can Gaga be the next one to co-opt Hynes’ airy soundscapes?
    Pretty please?

    Britney Spears – Ever since Gaga rose to fame with
    “The Fame,” the Internet has been a testy “Britney vs. Gaga”
    battlefield, with extremely dedicated fan bases arguing that their pop
    diva is the fairest of all. Why not combine the powers of the two
    superstars for the purpose of one unstoppable anthem? A better question:
    who wouldn’t want to see a Britney/Gaga song on “ARTPOP’s” track list?

    The Weeknd – The refrain and propulsive rhythms of
    Gaga’s first huge hit, “Just Dance,” made it easy to forget that the
    song was actually about feelings of disorientation under the hypnotic
    glow of the dance floor. Abel Tesfaye, the mysterious R&B artist
    better known as the Weeknd, knows all about the shadows of the club;
    give his remix of Gaga’s “Marry The Night” another listen to see how
    exciting the pop star’s songs can sound when inverted through a menacing
    lens. The Weeknd has spent the past year collaborating with rappers
    like Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J, but an “ARTPOP” contribution could be the
    moody crown jewel of Tesfaye’s 2013.

    Carrie Underwood – Gaga’s budding fascination with
    country music was very much on display on “Born This Way,” especially
    considering the down-home spin she put  on “You and I” on its
    delightfully twangy remix. Who better to deepen her knowledge of the
    genre than Underwood, one of country’s most undeniable personalities who
    happens to be coming off of a huge year with the release of “Blown
    Away”? Give these two a duet, and stand back as they proceed to blow the
    roof off.

    Luke Steele – The Empire of the Sun
    singer-songwriter has demonstrated a limitless embrace of conceptual
    glam-rock, but recently and perhaps more importantly, a penchant for
    collaboration: after helping out Beyonce with the “4” track “Rather Die
    Young,” Steele created “Looking 4 Myself,” the title track from Usher’s
    2012 album, which found the R&B star grafting his voice onto another
    one of Steele’s stylish jams, resulting in one of the full-length’s
    best moments. If Gaga and Steele get into a studio together, the music
    produced will be as high-end as the pair’s wardrobes.

    Bangladesh – Despite her many pop permutations, Lady
    Gaga has yet to unleash the hip-hop-inflected banger that we know she
    has in her — the “Hollaback Girl” or “Promiscuous” of her catalog, if
    you will. Enter Bangladesh, the producer who crafted filthy beats for
    Lil Wayne (“A Milli”) and Gucci Mane (“Lemonade”) before bestowing
    Rihanna with the gloriously ratchet “Cockiness (Love It)” in 2011.
    “ARTPOP” deserves a helping of big beats and dumb fun, and Bangladesh’s
    number is the one to call in this instance.

    Calvin Harris – Speaking of Rihanna, few
    artist-producer pop collaborations this decade have grasped the dizzying
    highs of “We Found Love,” Scottish producer Calvin Harris’ mainstream
    breakout in the States. Since then, Harris has scored more hits,
    including “Sweet Nothing” and “I Need Your Love,” by pairing his
    masterful electronica with the more-than-capable voices of Florence
    Welch and Ellie Goulding. Logically, Harris’ next muse should be Gaga,
    who soared while working with dance auteurs like RedOne and DJ White
    Shadow.

    David Bowie – Like a Britney Spears collaboration,
    it’s hard to imagine anyone not being intrigued to hear what a
    Gaga/Bowie song would sound like. Gaga has long channeled Bowie’s
    boundary-pushing approach to the pop star paradigm, and with his new
    album “The Next Day” ending a long hiatus, a Bowie feature is finally
    feasible.

    What do you think of our choices, and who did we miss? Discuss “ARTPOP” in the comments below.

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    Leonardo
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    [quote=”MiguelAngelSantillan”]Excited!  Do you think there will be any collabo on her album? Who woud it be?

    The lead single is rumored to be called ‘Applause’…

    \

    Billboard wrote an article about this:

    Lady Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP’: Top 10 Dream Collaborations

    By , New York | July 18, 2013 2:30 PM EDT

    • 396

    • 862

    • 176

    From Bowie to Britney to the Weeknd, here are 10 collaborators we’d like to see in the liner notes to Gaga’s next album.

    Last
    week’s announcement that Lady Gaga’s “ARTPOP” album was finally
    arriving in November was coupled with the news that the long-awaited
    full-length would be paired with a corresponding app, and that a first
    single would be released by the end of August. Aside from that, however,
    Little Monsters have no idea what the follow-up to 2011’s “Born This
    Way” will sound like, or who else has worked with the pop maven on her
    latest opus. “Born This Way” was many things for Gaga, but a hotbed of
    collaborations was not one of them. After previously singing alongside
    artists like Beyonce, Akon and Wale, Gaga stripped her last album of
    featured vocalists as well as the kind of flashy pop producers we’ve
    come to expect superstars to seek out.

    Full Details On The ‘ARTPOP’ Announcement

    “ARTPOP” may repeat that process, but if the album is rife with
    high-profile collaborations (which it very well may be), which singers,
    producers and songwriters would fans most like to hear enter Gaga’s
    brave new world? While every diehard fan certainly has an opinion on the
    subject, check out Billboard.com’s rundown of the 10 collaborators we’d
    love to see appear on “ARTPOP,” from EDM maestros to country divas to a
    certain pop queen that Gaga has long been compared to.

    Kendrick Lamar – Gaga’s guest spot on “Bitch Don’t Kill
    My Vibe,” from the Compton rapper’s 2012 album “good kid, m.A.A.d
    city,” didn’t make the final cut — which was probably for the best,
    since the song is more effective as a solo track and her vocals didn’t
    really fit with the chorus. Still, Gaga and Lamar are some of the most
    dynamic artists working in popular music, and there’s no reason why the
    right collaboration couldn’t be breathtaking. Maybe “ARTPOP” is this
    duo’s “take two” moment.

    Grimes – Since the 2011 release of “Born This Way,”
    Canadian indie-pop artist Claire Boucher has unfurled her brilliance in
    front of bigger and bigger audiences through her Grimes project. Having
    Boucher contribute as a vocalist or producer would be monumentally
    intriguing, with Grimes’ haunting voice serving as a yin to the yang of
    Gaga’s full-throated wail.

    Dev Hynes – Over the past year, the Blood Orange
    mastermind has emerged as producer and songwriter that enhances the
    strongest qualities in female alternative pop performers. From Solange’s
    “True” EP to Sky Ferreira’s “Everything is Embarrassing” single to
    Mutya Keisha Siobhan’s recent comeback bid “Flatline,” Hynes creates
    full hooks and clouds of synthesizers that are mesmerizing in their
    plushness. Can Gaga be the next one to co-opt Hynes’ airy soundscapes?
    Pretty please?

    Britney Spears – Ever since Gaga rose to fame with
    “The Fame,” the Internet has been a testy “Britney vs. Gaga”
    battlefield, with extremely dedicated fan bases arguing that their pop
    diva is the fairest of all. Why not combine the powers of the two
    superstars for the purpose of one unstoppable anthem? A better question:
    who wouldn’t want to see a Britney/Gaga song on “ARTPOP’s” track list?

    The Weeknd – The refrain and propulsive rhythms of
    Gaga’s first huge hit, “Just Dance,” made it easy to forget that the
    song was actually about feelings of disorientation under the hypnotic
    glow of the dance floor. Abel Tesfaye, the mysterious R&B artist
    better known as the Weeknd, knows all about the shadows of the club;
    give his remix of Gaga’s “Marry The Night” another listen to see how
    exciting the pop star’s songs can sound when inverted through a menacing
    lens. The Weeknd has spent the past year collaborating with rappers
    like Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J, but an “ARTPOP” contribution could be the
    moody crown jewel of Tesfaye’s 2013.

    Carrie Underwood – Gaga’s budding fascination with
    country music was very much on display on “Born This Way,” especially
    considering the down-home spin she put  on “You and I” on its
    delightfully twangy remix. Who better to deepen her knowledge of the
    genre than Underwood, one of country’s most undeniable personalities who
    happens to be coming off of a huge year with the release of “Blown
    Away”? Give these two a duet, and stand back as they proceed to blow the
    roof off.

    Luke Steele – The Empire of the Sun
    singer-songwriter has demonstrated a limitless embrace of conceptual
    glam-rock, but recently and perhaps more importantly, a penchant for
    collaboration: after helping out Beyonce with the “4” track “Rather Die
    Young,” Steele created “Looking 4 Myself,” the title track from Usher’s
    2012 album, which found the R&B star grafting his voice onto another
    one of Steele’s stylish jams, resulting in one of the full-length’s
    best moments. If Gaga and Steele get into a studio together, the music
    produced will be as high-end as the pair’s wardrobes.

    Bangladesh – Despite her many pop permutations, Lady
    Gaga has yet to unleash the hip-hop-inflected banger that we know she
    has in her — the “Hollaback Girl” or “Promiscuous” of her catalog, if
    you will. Enter Bangladesh, the producer who crafted filthy beats for
    Lil Wayne (“A Milli”) and Gucci Mane (“Lemonade”) before bestowing
    Rihanna with the gloriously ratchet “Cockiness (Love It)” in 2011.
    “ARTPOP” deserves a helping of big beats and dumb fun, and Bangladesh’s
    number is the one to call in this instance.

    Calvin Harris – Speaking of Rihanna, few
    artist-producer pop collaborations this decade have grasped the dizzying
    highs of “We Found Love,” Scottish producer Calvin Harris’ mainstream
    breakout in the States. Since then, Harris has scored more hits,
    including “Sweet Nothing” and “I Need Your Love,” by pairing his
    masterful electronica with the more-than-capable voices of Florence
    Welch and Ellie Goulding. Logically, Harris’ next muse should be Gaga,
    who soared while working with dance auteurs like RedOne and DJ White
    Shadow.

    David Bowie – Like a Britney Spears collaboration,
    it’s hard to imagine anyone not being intrigued to hear what a
    Gaga/Bowie song would sound like. Gaga has long channeled Bowie’s
    boundary-pushing approach to the pop star paradigm, and with his new
    album “The Next Day” ending a long hiatus, a Bowie feature is finally
    feasible.

    What do you think of our choices, and who did we miss? Discuss “ARTPOP” in the comments below.

    [/quote]

    Out of those I’d like her to work w/ Bowie and Harris, both would be very interesting, I think she’ll eventually collabo w/ Britney Spears, my dream collaboration for this album would be with James Blake! Weird and exciting… 

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    KT
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    Reposting from the other thread:

    I worry for Lady Gaga if this new album is exclusively EDM.  If so, she isn’t evolving her sound and expanding to other genres, which is often what it takes to have longevity in the music industry.  That was part of the fatigue and often monotonous sound of Born This Way.  Pop music is always ephemeral and often doesn’t have long-term replay value…I hope she can tap into what Adele hit with 21, something that is popular (actually selling albums!!) and iconic and clearest of all: great music.

     

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    torontophenom
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    [quote=”torontophenom”][quote=”MiguelAngelSantillan”]Excited!  Do you think there will be any collabo on her album? Who woud it be?

    The lead single is rumored to be called ‘Applause’…

    \

    Billboard wrote an article about this:

    Lady Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP’: Top 10 Dream Collaborations

    By , New York | July 18, 2013 2:30 PM EDT

    • 396

    • 862

    • 176

    From Bowie to Britney to the Weeknd, here are 10 collaborators we’d like to see in the liner notes to Gaga’s next album.

    Last
    week’s announcement that Lady Gaga’s “ARTPOP” album was finally
    arriving in November was coupled with the news that the long-awaited
    full-length would be paired with a corresponding app, and that a first
    single would be released by the end of August. Aside from that, however,
    Little Monsters have no idea what the follow-up to 2011’s “Born This
    Way” will sound like, or who else has worked with the pop maven on her
    latest opus. “Born This Way” was many things for Gaga, but a hotbed of
    collaborations was not one of them. After previously singing alongside
    artists like Beyonce, Akon and Wale, Gaga stripped her last album of
    featured vocalists as well as the kind of flashy pop producers we’ve
    come to expect superstars to seek out.

    Full Details On The ‘ARTPOP’ Announcement

    “ARTPOP” may repeat that process, but if the album is rife with
    high-profile collaborations (which it very well may be), which singers,
    producers and songwriters would fans most like to hear enter Gaga’s
    brave new world? While every diehard fan certainly has an opinion on the
    subject, check out Billboard.com’s rundown of the 10 collaborators we’d
    love to see appear on “ARTPOP,” from EDM maestros to country divas to a
    certain pop queen that Gaga has long been compared to.

    Kendrick Lamar – Gaga’s guest spot on “Bitch Don’t Kill
    My Vibe,” from the Compton rapper’s 2012 album “good kid, m.A.A.d
    city,” didn’t make the final cut — which was probably for the best,
    since the song is more effective as a solo track and her vocals didn’t
    really fit with the chorus. Still, Gaga and Lamar are some of the most
    dynamic artists working in popular music, and there’s no reason why the
    right collaboration couldn’t be breathtaking. Maybe “ARTPOP” is this
    duo’s “take two” moment.

    Grimes – Since the 2011 release of “Born This Way,”
    Canadian indie-pop artist Claire Boucher has unfurled her brilliance in
    front of bigger and bigger audiences through her Grimes project. Having
    Boucher contribute as a vocalist or producer would be monumentally
    intriguing, with Grimes’ haunting voice serving as a yin to the yang of
    Gaga’s full-throated wail.

    Dev Hynes – Over the past year, the Blood Orange
    mastermind has emerged as producer and songwriter that enhances the
    strongest qualities in female alternative pop performers. From Solange’s
    “True” EP to Sky Ferreira’s “Everything is Embarrassing” single to
    Mutya Keisha Siobhan’s recent comeback bid “Flatline,” Hynes creates
    full hooks and clouds of synthesizers that are mesmerizing in their
    plushness. Can Gaga be the next one to co-opt Hynes’ airy soundscapes?
    Pretty please?

    Britney Spears – Ever since Gaga rose to fame with
    “The Fame,” the Internet has been a testy “Britney vs. Gaga”
    battlefield, with extremely dedicated fan bases arguing that their pop
    diva is the fairest of all. Why not combine the powers of the two
    superstars for the purpose of one unstoppable anthem? A better question:
    who wouldn’t want to see a Britney/Gaga song on “ARTPOP’s” track list?

    The Weeknd – The refrain and propulsive rhythms of
    Gaga’s first huge hit, “Just Dance,” made it easy to forget that the
    song was actually about feelings of disorientation under the hypnotic
    glow of the dance floor. Abel Tesfaye, the mysterious R&B artist
    better known as the Weeknd, knows all about the shadows of the club;
    give his remix of Gaga’s “Marry The Night” another listen to see how
    exciting the pop star’s songs can sound when inverted through a menacing
    lens. The Weeknd has spent the past year collaborating with rappers
    like Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J, but an “ARTPOP” contribution could be the
    moody crown jewel of Tesfaye’s 2013.

    Carrie Underwood – Gaga’s budding fascination with
    country music was very much on display on “Born This Way,” especially
    considering the down-home spin she put  on “You and I” on its
    delightfully twangy remix. Who better to deepen her knowledge of the
    genre than Underwood, one of country’s most undeniable personalities who
    happens to be coming off of a huge year with the release of “Blown
    Away”? Give these two a duet, and stand back as they proceed to blow the
    roof off.

    Luke Steele – The Empire of the Sun
    singer-songwriter has demonstrated a limitless embrace of conceptual
    glam-rock, but recently and perhaps more importantly, a penchant for
    collaboration: after helping out Beyonce with the “4” track “Rather Die
    Young,” Steele created “Looking 4 Myself,” the title track from Usher’s
    2012 album, which found the R&B star grafting his voice onto another
    one of Steele’s stylish jams, resulting in one of the full-length’s
    best moments. If Gaga and Steele get into a studio together, the music
    produced will be as high-end as the pair’s wardrobes.

    Bangladesh – Despite her many pop permutations, Lady
    Gaga has yet to unleash the hip-hop-inflected banger that we know she
    has in her — the “Hollaback Girl” or “Promiscuous” of her catalog, if
    you will. Enter Bangladesh, the producer who crafted filthy beats for
    Lil Wayne (“A Milli”) and Gucci Mane (“Lemonade”) before bestowing
    Rihanna with the gloriously ratchet “Cockiness (Love It)” in 2011.
    “ARTPOP” deserves a helping of big beats and dumb fun, and Bangladesh’s
    number is the one to call in this instance.

    Calvin Harris – Speaking of Rihanna, few
    artist-producer pop collaborations this decade have grasped the dizzying
    highs of “We Found Love,” Scottish producer Calvin Harris’ mainstream
    breakout in the States. Since then, Harris has scored more hits,
    including “Sweet Nothing” and “I Need Your Love,” by pairing his
    masterful electronica with the more-than-capable voices of Florence
    Welch and Ellie Goulding. Logically, Harris’ next muse should be Gaga,
    who soared while working with dance auteurs like RedOne and DJ White
    Shadow.

    David Bowie – Like a Britney Spears collaboration,
    it’s hard to imagine anyone not being intrigued to hear what a
    Gaga/Bowie song would sound like. Gaga has long channeled Bowie’s
    boundary-pushing approach to the pop star paradigm, and with his new
    album “The Next Day” ending a long hiatus, a Bowie feature is finally
    feasible.

    What do you think of our choices, and who did we miss? Discuss “ARTPOP” in the comments below.

    [/quote]

    Out of those I’d like her to work w/ Bowie and Harris, both would be very interesting, I think she’ll eventually collabo w/ Britney Spears, my dream collaboration for this album would be with James Blake! Weird and exciting… [/quote]

    Both Gaga and Britney were spotted at the same recording studio in LA a couple weeks back. 😛

    Lady Gaga and Britney Spears Collaborating? Singers Hit the Same LA Studio
    Relatedbritney spears, lady gaga

    Jul 15th 2013 10:12PMBy Jeanette Batur
    Lady Gaga and Britney Spears are both currently recording new albums, we’re all well-aware of that.

    Britney has announced that her new album will drop before the end of the year and Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP‘ album will be released November 11, so it makes sense that they would both be hard at work in the studio right now.

    The question on everyone’s minds, however, is why have they been in THE SAME studio?

    Just last week, Britney was spotted at an LA studio, where she was presumed to be hard at work on her eighth album.

    This week, Lady Gaga was spotted at the same studio! Given the fact that
    she lives in New York and that she was just there, it looks like she
    might have made a special trip out to the West Coast to visit this
    particular recording studio.

    There have been rumors of a possible collaboration for quite some time after they reportedly hung out together backstage
    at each other’s concerts. Then, there was the time Britney almost
    locked lips with Gaga’s alter ego, “Jo Calderone” on stage at the MTV Music Awards. Plus, Gaga also wrote a song for Britney (“Telephone,” which she used for herself when Britney didn’t want it).

    So, there is definitely some history between the two pop divas.

    Do you think Gaga and Britney are working on a song together? If so, whose album do you think it will appear on?

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    Bowie would be interesting. I don’t think Gaga working with any of those DJ producers would result in anything insanely different. Britney and Gaga seems like an envitable hookup at some point. It’ll be interesting to see if they do it at this point, cause I don’t think either one of them really needs it. And while as exciting as a collaboration like that would be, I just don’t see it producing something amazing in the end. I feel like Britney would just come off as weirded out by Gaga’s antics, especially in a video or if they perform it live.

    Gaga with Rufus Wainwright, Adele, Bruce Springsteen, Cee Lo Green, Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, Kanye West, John Legend, Pink, and Kelly Clarkson is a very interesting list of collaborators for Gaga and actually I think Gaga would be really interesting with will.i.am (cause her style wouldn’t be lost in his productions) 

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    Atypical
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    I might need to fish out my old GaGa albums in preparation for this new “era” of hers lol.

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    As long as Stefani isn’t looking like some character out of some coked out queen’s technicolor nightmare, I will give “ARTPOP” a chance. But I already call extra on the scuba gear . . . 

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    torontophenom
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    Ballsy pic, her snatch is fully on display

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    Let me exit stage left and let you “monsters” cook.

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    Leonardo
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    Single cover?

    WTF?  

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    Atypical
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    Some possible lyrics from “Applause”:

     

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    Gucci
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    There is already a Lady GaGa thread. 

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    Morgan Henard
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    ^New era, new thread. Haha

    I know people love or hate her, but I really do give my respect to a pop star in her prime that waits 30 minutes before dropping her third album. The one big messup from the BTW Era, in my opinion, was waiting so long to begin the tour. And North America should have come first, instead of being the last leg (which never happened for the most part unfortunately, due to her hip injury).

    I really really wish this album could be released in time for Grammy contention. The odds of GaGa continuing her nomination-streak in Album of the Year (ArtPOP would put her at four for four) will be extremely slim.  

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