Lady GaGa tweeted this still from her Judas video today in response to the trending of #judasvideotomorrow. She described it as "THE JUDAS KISS: a betrayal of a prophecy fulfilled?"
I don't know about you but I'm incredibly excited. Lady GaGa's videos are always edgy and more entertaining than most feature films. We'll just have to wait and see what the queen of shock value has in store for us.
As hard as it may be to accept that a drag queen can produce a better cd than most dance/pop artists, I have to admit, she did a damn fine job. The songs are catchy and upbeat. Definite club beat coming from some of them. The tracks that stand out the most: The Beginning, Glamazon, Live Forever, (Here It Comes) Around Again.
Give it a listen, I'm sure you'll love it! 4 stars to the drag queen with a #1 dance hit.
I love how it has almost a dubstep sort of sound to it. I personally love Nicki too so there's really nothing for me to dislike about this remix. Ke$ha does sort of overpronounce everything that she says, but she does that normally.. That's just her thing I suppose. Anyways in short, 4 stars in my opinion. Definitely worth the buck. Go get it on iTunes!
*Fanmade cover art for Judas by Lady GaGa (not of my creating)
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So today my blog was basically suspended for publishing copyrighted content on it.. Content that is unavailable anywhere else. So no more music downloads people.
Someone should ask the Recording Industry Association of America, Inc. (RIAA), how it is that we are supposed to get the unreleased songs from our favorite artists when they refuse to sell those songs anywhere and merely keep them to ourselves. More artists should be like Lady GaGa, willing to provide music without limitations or asking for monetary gain. She is simply providing for her fans, like so few artists do today.