There’s never a dull moment when it comes to Lady Gaga. Be it her songs or her style, she always her a lot to offer. Looking back on her first four albums, The Fame, The Fame Monster, Born This Way, and ARTPOP her sheer ambition left us amazed. She has undoubtedly raised the bar for pop music, videos, fashion, and live performances. Here are a few of her albums that will help you get through the self-quarantine period.
The Fame Moster: Every song here is either a smash or a fan favourite, with the La Ace of Base Bonita bounce of “Alejandro,” the strobe goth of “Monster” and the lighter-waving literalism of “Speechless” mixing seamlessly in Mother Monster’s wicked brew. The songs from this album will instantly lift your mood and help you get productive.
Joanne: Intended as Gaga’s most personal album to date, Joanne sneaks some of Gaga’s most confessional lyrics into a Meadowlands-worthy stadium-rock opener and is probably her most affecting ballad. It will help you introspect your conscience and help you make peace with yourself during this time.
Cheek to Cheek: There’s a beautifully produced, cinematic version of David Bowie’s ‘Nature Boy’, while Gaga’s often under-appreciated vocals shine on jazz classics ‘Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye’ and ‘Lush Life’.
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