No song better illustrates Gaga's newly-realized potential than the title track, in which she adopts a classic-folk twang to sing a heartbreaking love letter to her aunt, sounding like a completely different artist than the one behind Poker Face and Bad Romance.
Gaga says that she nearly didn't name the album after her late aunt because it felt "so personal". This is Lady Gaga's first full album release since 2013's Artpop after all, an album that was panned by critics and was her most experimental work to date.
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The 30-year-old pop superstar has admitted she lost all faith in her talent and nearly chose to stop releasing music all together to just perform music for own pleasure. The song appears twice on the album. You can stream Lady Gaga's latest masterpiece Joanne below. Gaga has repeatedly said that she wanted her new album to have a "dive bar" feel, which she achieves to varying success over the course of the album, but on "A-YO", she pulls it off perfectly. "This tragedy stayed with my family a very long time", she told the crowd.
She admitted: "I was just having a really depressed time in my life where wasn't able to see my own ability or my own talent". "It was really Joanne, and that story of our family, and the toughness that made us who we are, that gave me the strength to go, 'You know, I'm going to live the rest of my life in a way that she couldn't'". The record has received glowing reviews from fans, including Arrow actor Colton Haynes, who tweeted: "Honestly, @ladygaga 's new album #Joanne is easily my favorite album of the year & I just listened to it". "Even though we didn't know each other then, when we were writing this record, I would imagine us as kids kicking it around in the city". Problem is, it's actually pretty unmemorable, leaving me wondering: if you take away the bells and whistles, is this all we're left with? How could I possibly make an album about twerking my a- in the club?. In a previous interview with Beats 1's Zane Lowe, she revealed that the lyrics were about Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teen who was fatally shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in 2012.