Added on 17-Dec-2008
If Freddie Mercury were alive today, he would lovingly embrace Lady GaGa, who bears the name of one of Queen's greatest hits, "Radio GaGa." Like Queen, Lady GaGa has a knack for theatrical performance, and at the age of 17, her talents gained her early admission to the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Five years later, after gaining notoriety on New York's club circuit, Lady GaGa has burst onto the international scene, with her provocative debut: The Fame.
The Fame's innovative blend of rock, electronica, disco, and pop is a refreshing alternative in the current musical landscape, and Lady GaGa's presence assuredly guarantees that pop performance art will never be the same.
«¤~Mrš. BÃD GÛŸ~¤»