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Titled “Brooklyn Nights,” the 30-second clip has Gaga singing about her former nights in the borough, with uncombed hair.
He told us he has been working with Vince Clarke, of early Depeche Mode and Yaz fame, as well as John Hill, who known for his work with Phantogram, Santigold and M.I.A.
While the drawings within the video were sketched by six-year-old Markus Jolly, the video itself includes clips from the film which help bring the song to life.
Iggy Azalea can’t worry about no haters, she’s got to work on her grind. Why you ask? Because she’s a girl with expensive taste as her cocky new single declares.
Listen up ladies, Lily Allen’s man is taken. And on her new track “L8 CMMR,” the Brit makes it very clear why he’s the object of many women’s desires.
Hot on the heels of Calvin Harris for the pop-EDM crossover crown, Zedd hopes to continue his winning streak with “Find You,” a new single featuring vocalist Miriam Byrant and “Clarity” co-writer Matthew Koma.
Other artists included to appear on the soundtrack include Oasis, M Ward, Aimee Mann, Jake Bugg, Father John Misty and Vampire Weekend covering Bruce Springsteen.
Two-and-a-half minutes into the track, Lamar enters rapping about martians, tater tots and wanting to be the first rapper on Mars.
Now he’s taking the GRAMMY stage, and the thrill is obviously as fresh as ever.