On her own, Lady Gaga is already a force of nature. But sometimes, a song calls for a duet partner. Here are five Gaga collaborations that blew us away.
It is pouring star power on Rain On Me. But more than just a catchy dance number, it is a song of hope for the difficult times the world is currently facing.
The top ladies of pop sat down and wrote the song together. It was inspired by the personal traumas they each went through and their determination to keep dancing through the pain, or should I say, rain.
Can you believe this was released a decade ago?
Set in a women’s correctional facility, Gaga and Beyonce play a crime duo up to no good in the iconic music video. The ladies weren’t just serving time, they were serving looks (and irresistible moves!), clad in stylish, imaginative garbs from start to finish.
At a staggering nine and a half minutes-long, Telephone’s music video was such a feast for the eyes and the ears, we wish it went on longer.
Gaga showed her acting prowess in A Star Is Born, which earned her an Oscar Best Actress nomination.
The film, which chronicles the relationship between a famous country singer (Bradley Cooper) and a rising star (Gaga), had many show-stealing musical moments.
But Shallow, a tender ballad between its leads, took viewers to new depths and earned Gaga a Best Original Song Oscar along the way.
Gaga and jazz legend Tony Bennett’s rendition of The Lady Is A Tramp was released at a time when she was making a name for herself in the dance-pop arena with pulsating hits like Paparazzi and Born This Way.
It seemed an unlikely collaboration at first but her 2011 duet with Bennett on The Lady Is A Tramp not only worked but it showed Gaga’s versatility.
The collaboration was so successful that Gaga and Bennett teamed up and released a jazz album, Cheek To Cheek, together in 2014.
This list wouldn’t be complete without the song that started it all for Gaga, her very first single Just Dance. With the help of Colby O’Donis, Just Dance introduced us to Gaga’s brand of music – fun, infectious and uninhibited.
Did you find this article insightful?
33% readers found this article insightful