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Big day for Lady GaGa's Born This Way!
First, the album has become available for UK fans to stream in its entirety on Metro.co.uk.
Now, she's opened up about Born This Way on a very personal level. Here's what she had to say about it during a recent interview:
"Born This Way is my answer to many questions over the years: Who are you? What are you about? … The most paramount theme on the record is me struggling to understand how I can exist as myself as someone who lives halfway between fantasy and reality all the time."
GaGa on whether or not she uses her personality to market her music:
"It's kind of like saying, 'Are you honest? Do you have integrity? Are you full of sh–?' But listen, my social involvement for equality and gay rights, as well as my music, is completely genuine. But I don't think I ever want everyone to ever know fully who or what I am."
And GaGa on her goals/motivations for Born This Way:
"Part of what I'm doing is asking you to look inside yourself, to ask yourself questions. I have a close relationship with my family. I'm very close with my fans and I'm in tune with what they want. And I'm in tune with myself, too. At the end of the day, I have to look myself in the mirror and I'm proud of everything I stand for. I have no reason to do or say anything unless it comes from my soul. I work very hard. I don't party very much. You don't see me falling out of nightclubs and buying Range Rovers. Social justice and music are the two most paramount things in my life and I can't put it more plainly."
And here's a message from GaGa to her fans:
"Dear monsters, let your identity be your religion. Little monsters are not a fan base. They are a culture that exists entirely outside of pop music. They are their own religion. They are a race within the race of humanity."
Thanks for opening up and sharing, wifey! Can't wait for the full album release next week!!!
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