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Kendrick Lamar - “Bitch, Dan’t Kill My Vibe” (Feat. Lady Gaga)

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Lady Gaga celebrating her 25th birthday in LA with a bottle of wine and singing “Born This Way” backed by a full on Mariachi Orchestra.


30 March 2011 Lady Gaga Mariachi Mexican Hispanic Latino Born This Way

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Didn’t see this one coming: Twin Shadow remixed Lady Gaga’s Born This Way and it’s actually very enjoyable. He replaces the horrible fake 90’s techno beats with his typical dreampop. KING OF POP, etc etc. (via)

I like parts of this. I wonder if you will too?

15 March 2011 reblog: disconaivete Lady Gaga Twin Shadow Music Remix Songs

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Here’s Christina Aguilera's performance from last night's 2010 Mtv Abortion Movie Awards. This was one of a maybe two things I enjoyed from the show, if not the only thing. To make things concise, here’s why:

  • I was a big proponent of Lady Gaga's. I've kinda fallen a bit off that wagon, but I still give her mad props. She's delving into a realm that could really go either way. She'll either come up with something genius or go down a path of horrible destruction. 
  • I provide that point, because I was really disappointed in Aguilera’s pre-release hating on Gaga. Aguilera was here before Gaga & she should act like it. By attacking Gaga, Aguilera put herself lower. It should be the other way around (whether it’s true or not).
  • I’ve had the Bionic album for about a week now. It’s nothing groundbreaking or life changing, but it is highly serviceable. If you want dance songs, it’s got them. Catchy, Pop songs? On it. Slow meaningful songs? Totally. I was getting ready to really hate that album, but I don’t. I’m actually okay with that.
  • Watching this performance was my first look at how the material would come across live & I was scared CA was gonna try some outlandish shit to try and “top” a Gaga performance. Instead, it was a solid medley with flashes & dances & sparkles, etc…
  • Her hair and outfit are definitely not everyday, but it isn’t ridiculous or Ugly Art the way Gaga’s stuff is. I liked it all. Dare I say it was classy (I use that term relative to the subject matter), compared to the travesty that was Britney's Circus tour. Aguilera = Ferrari. Britney = Daewoo.
  • I don’t care where your allegiances lie within the pop world. Not even Madonna can compare to Aguilera’s pipes. Mariah Carey could’ve been tops, but she threw it all away years ago. You can see a bit of the power CA weilds around the 3:45 mark. When her fingers start to flicker on the microphone, shit’s about to get real.
  • Finally, Christina is a mom now. With that, she’s obviously going to lose some of the sexual edge she used to have. Coming into this album, I was prepared for it to show. And it does. With that, however, comes a bit of professionalism that I don’t think was as apparent as before. (I mean, you didn’t see her dancing with a stale-Tom Cruise-joke ala J-Lo.) She’s a bit more focused, which I appreciate. 

It’s been a few years, so I think she’s getting used to riding that entertainment rollercoaster again. Things (including the album) are gonna be a bit uneven at first. Look towards the middle of her tour and her next album for her to (hopefully) hit her stride for realz.

7 June 2010 Christina Aguilera Mtv 2010 Mtv Movie Awards Pop Music Britney Spears Lady Gaga Madonna J-Lo

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I don’t know. Again, there’s Lady Gaga — people say we’re similar, that we both mix all these things in the pot and spit them out differently, but she spits it out exactly the same! None of her music’s reflective of how weird she wants to be or thinks she is. She models herself on Grace Jones and Madonna, but the music sounds like 20-year-old Ibiza music, you know? She’s not progressive, but she’s a good mimic. She sounds more like me than I fucking do! That’s a talent and she’s got a great team behind her, but she’s the industry last’s stab at making itself important - saying, ‘You need our money behind you, the endorsements, the stadiums’ Respect to her, she’s keeping a hundred thousand people in work, but my belief is: Do It Yourself.

M.I.A. on Lady Gaga (via NME)

8 April 2010 M.I.A. Lady Gaga Interview NME

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You gotta give Lady GaGa credit for either a) being straight up frank and real or b) fucking with everyone with a straight face. Watch this if only for the first words she speaks in answer to the question of what she looks for in a dude. Also, as Frangry would say, she’s got her a mean set of Flapjacks.

22 June 2009 Frangry Flapjacks Lady GaGa

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