Lady Gaga’s new album Artpop, what do I think of it? Well it is seductive, this album is a definitely a little provocative, indeed and I think it is in the most amazing and sexiest way possible. I am utterly allured by Lady Gaga’s material. I love every single track produced on this album, mother of god! ♥
Here is a tracklist:
3:56 ~ Venus (Promotional Single) 7:50 ~ G.U.Y. 11:43 ~ Sexxx Dreams 15:17 ~ Jewels N’ Drugs (feat. T.I., Too $hort & Twista) 19:06 ~ MANiCURE 22:25 ~ Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) (Single) 26:13 ~ ARTPOP 30:21 ~ Swine 34:49 ~ Donatella 39:15 ~ Fashion! 43:15 ~ Mary Jane Holland 47:53 ~ Dope (Promotional Single) 51:35 ~ Gypsy 55:44 ~ Applause (Single)
A little review from one whom uploaded this on Youtube:
The way she mix the Art with Pop really match with this album that is, truly, a totally pure Piece of Art, like herself. There is nothing to say, this is ART; it involves the melody, the lyrics, the meaning, the thinking… all of this mixed with the party, the inspiration, the hotness, the everything of POP!
Mitzi is so fantastic and funky especially for a modern dreamy Indie band. It’s a great combination of sounds and styles that are used and that is what I love most about them, is not only is it a mixed variety but also it works perfectly.
So far in my own opinion this is the best cover of Get Lucky, I love the use of Bongos throughout any track or any performance, bongos actually make the performace complete. So enjoy this cover of ’ Get Lucky’ by another one of my favourite Indie Rock bands, San Cisco.
Another newly found pop artist from NYC, The United States. She is a new addition to be merging into the pop music industry, I believe to possibly have much ahead of her, her name is Diamond and she produced this record with Abbey Road Studios.
Of course a lot of controversy is going on about the topic of this song. But I think that was the point. We want people to look at this and start speaking about it, to realise and understand. I think the message is pretty clear and Lily is taking a mocking our society’s perceptions of what is ‘hot’ now, trying to use certain aspects of the clip as symbols to represent and describe what our society has turned into, normal acts of artists in our new generation of music. I think a lot of artists such as Lily herself, are creating, to send a message but sometimes our society doesn’t fully understand and interpret the message. It can be a bit of a mixed variety of words in our heads when we hear these sorts of songs. What do you think?