Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Lady GaGa Disses Britney?

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Lady GaGa has gotten caught up in one of her little ‘moments’ on stage again, this time telling a packed crowd of screaming fans at her recent London concert that she writes and does every single piece of her music by herself — which we all know obviously isn’t true, especially since GaGa herself has often credited her producers in the past.

“Now, I don’t know if you know this, but for those of you who don’t know, I write all my own music. Every single lyric, melody and note was created by me. I am not manufactured. I’m a bad cat and coming for you ’cause I believe in you and I. It’s not that I don’t like to be humble, it’s just that pop music has a pretty bad rap,” Gaga explained.

What an odd thing to say.

I wonder what RedOne, Darkchild, Fernando Garibay, Rob Fusari, Akon, Martin Kierszenbaum and about fifty other engineers, backing vocalists, producers, writers, musicians, marketing assistants and A&R reps would have to say about that.

“Uh, yeah, she does it all herself – real talented,” mutters Jimmy Iovine, somewhat distracted as he counts royalty cheques from The Fame and orders another Ferrari online.

Anyway, back to the concert: After ranting to the crowd about her talent, GaGa then performed her rock ‘n’ roll tune “You & I” – but first she made certain to assure the fans of her radio-tailored dance-pop that her upcoming album Born This Way wouldn’t be filled with “a bunch of rock ballads or anything”.

“Want to hear ‘You and I’? This one is going to be on Born This Way. It’s one of my favorites. The album doesn’t have a bunch of rock ballads or anything, but this is one of them,” she said before launching into the song.

GaGa also made more claims of her immense talent at the London show, screaming to the audience “SURPRISE! A pop show and the bitch can sing!”, seemingly forgetting that Pink, Beyonce, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and virtually every single pop star on the planet other than Britney Spears’ sings live during their concerts and performances.

Source: The Prophet Blog

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