Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by mindtrappa, Nov 9, 2018.
And also the mechanical horses tweet in a way to say that Katy was copying the Born This Way Ball.
I just remembered she tried to drag Calvin Harris because he said he turned down doing a remix for her in 2008 nn.
This is still funny though
I miss the days of her being messy on social media. Can we trade in the makeup posts for those back?
This is a very good album for cardio, in case anyone was curious. Though “Rain on Me” slows things down a bit…
Not if you replace it with the Purple Disco Machine remix!
When we wake up to a "It appears Lady Gaga has stopped following Bloodp*p" tweet <3
Just kidding dd ̶o̶r̶ ̶a̶m̶ ̶I̶?
I don't know about you guys, but I do want to know more about what happened with Boys Noize. It does seem like Bloodpop was pressed, and I'm curious if that even involved Gaga or not.
She liked a few Boys Noize instagram posts some weeks ago IIRC. I don't think there's any bad blood.mp3
Some of these reviewers (and some of you in here) when they start talking about the main album along with ridiculously mythologising the remix album like her contact with the artists in question didn't begin and end with copying and pasting the Twitter handle cloud that Bobby sent her to tweet... are they just eating the glue at this point?
Seeing her messy-ass 2014 tweets with that sanitized-as-fuck Love for Sale selfie is just... whiplash.
I re-read what I posted as I do tend to be hyperbolic with Gaga, but I don't see anything hyperbolic in the comment you replied to. Care to expand on what you mean?
That Stupid Love remix is such a banger. I have never not lost it while listening to it. That dirty instrumental kicking in dir the first time. It’s so lush.
What I mean is that the album is great and the contributors are all obviously engaging with the music they are doing, but I struggle to see Gaga as an artist who paved the way for them or the music they do....maybe I’m wrong
Maybe "paved the way" is a strong term but I agree that, at least in the wide scope of mainstream pop music, there was a before- and an after-Lady Gaga. What @ADFH probably meant is that had it not been for her doing everything she did from 2008 to 2013 in the public eye, some of these kids (the collaborators) would have had very different career paths.
Rina is very much inspired by Gaga and has let it known very much Gaga has inspired her as an artist.
Bringing up Grace Jones just reminds me that I need that passage framed. It was a beautiful, expert level read and she did not lie.
Say what you want, but I also think the passage affected Gaga in a positive way. She ended up showing more of herself as an artist than the “Hi-Fashionn” Caricature that made her famous.
So has Bree! (regardless of the discussion at hand, I just wanted to point it out dd.)
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