Lady Gaga‘s new album ‘ARTPOP’ is sounding like quite the forthcoming experience. This week, she announced that she is negotiating on whether the album will feature two volumes. The first one, consisting of all the commercial material, while the second one will explore her more experimental side. In an interview with UK’s Style magazine, Gaga shed light on one of those tracks. One of them being a sizzling anthem called ‘G.U.Y.’, which is an acronym for ‘Girl Under You’. Gaga implies that ‘G.U.Y.’ is inspired by her own feel-good expressions on feminism.
“Any kind of feminist has valid views for herself about what it means to be a feminist, but, as a new-age feminist, I would say I quite like the transference of strength I feel by submitting to a man – being under him. I actually wrote a song about it on my album, it’s called ‘G.U.Y.’ and it stands for ‘Girl Under You’. So wearing make-up, smelling delicious and having suckable, kissable, edible things between your limbs is something I find strengthening because I know that when I pick the right guy, I can let him have it.” Source, source.
Talk about a profound statement! This could be to Gaga what ‘Cake’ was to Rihanna. How about it? Gaga’s APP-facilitated new album will drop in stores next year. Confirmed producers for ‘ARTPOP’ include RedOne, DJ White Shadow, and Fernando Garibay.