A little over six months. That’s how long it took Lady Gaga to (seemingly) cast her pink Joanne hat aside. With “The Cure” – which was co-written by DJ White Shadow and co-produced by Nick Monson, both key players on Gaga’s 2013 album ‘ARTPOP’ – Gaga has ditched the line-dancing and returned to the glittery dance music that helped make her a superstar.
This article appeared originally on Vanity Fair Italy. It was entirely translated by Lady Gaga Now. In this album there is a lot about you and your family, your Italian roots are entirely showing up. I feel deeply Italian: my father’s family, Joseph Giuseppe Germanotta, arrived in NYC from Palermo through Ellis Island; his mother Angelina is from Santa Lucia Del Mela (province of Messina).
Lady Gaga Teams Up with ‘Born This Way’ Producer for New Single ‘The Cure’ Headlining at Coachella this weekend, Lady Gaga surprised fans with a brand new single, called “The Cure:” an upbeat, full-on pop production decidedly veering from her country-tinged Joanne phase.
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