Kendrick Lamar is THE it man in the music world today. Gaga's latest collab brought a touch of tension with Kendrick wanting to change up her musical style...just a little. Aptly titled, "Bitch don't kill my vibe" debuts todays. Check it out for yourself!
Lady Gaga is currently gear up to release her highly anticipated album ARTPop. So what better way to build buzz then to announce a collaboration? As you know back in 2010 Lady Gaga enlisted Beyoncé on her song 'Telephone', and if you saw the video you know the ending left a lot to be desired. Well dwell no more (like myself) because Lady Gaga answered a fan wondering fan this morning.
Hopefully this collaboration delivers because these are two incredible artists and I would hate for it to be a bust. Both ladies are expected to deliver new projects next year so this makes great sense to enhance promotion for their respected projects.
So orginally Lady Gaga tweeted that on September 6th the song "Partynauseous" between the two would be coming out.
Now she's taken to twitter to announce otherwise saying:
Regardless of when the song is coming out it's going to be a huge deal when it does. I know I'm looking forward it, especially since we haven't seen a Lady Gaga/hip-hop collab since her and Wale did "Chillin" on Wale's first album. Good Kid m.a.a.d. City is dropping October 2nd.
Forbes has released their list of Celebrity Power Women this week, and they ranked the top ten most influential females:
2. Lady Gaga
4. Jennifer Lopez
6. Ellen DeGeneres
7. Angelina Jolie
8. Sofia Vergara
9. JK Rowling
10. Gisele Bundchen
Forbes explains: This year Lady Gaga, an outspoken champion of underrepresented youth—particularly in the GLBT community—launched the Born This Way Foundation with a mission of safety, skills and opportunity for young people. For her part Beyoncé took up with the Obama administration in 2012, lending her support to the First Lady’s healthy eating and fitness initiatives for children in the U.S. The “Move Your Body” music video she made for the campaign has been viewed more than 22 million times on YouTube.
Well this list isn’t surprising but congrats to all the ladies that made the list based on their influence on helping others, and doing something positive with their celebrity.