Lady Gaga is super incredible and amazing as she covers the latest issue of the paper magazine. The theme for the magazine’s latest issue is Transformation and the singer is representing that all the way.
The pop star posed as a half-human, half-cyborg ahead of the release of her sixth album, “Chromatica,” scheduled for release on April 10. In the stunning photos, Gaga was given a full-body scan by 3D cameras, after which Belgian artist Frederik Heyman, used a “Gaga avatar” to recreate her image in “various digitally constructed environments”.
Before the magic was created, Gaga says “I consent to being nude with everyone in this room,” before slipping off her custom Versace robe emblazoned with her name on the back in crystals. “I believe we’re making art, this isn’t pornography.”
Lady Gaga speaks on the creative process for her forthcoming album ‘Come on, let’s go. We’re going to make music.’ And I’d be maybe crying or venting about something that was happening in my life over some pain or depression I was feeling.” Together, they co-wrote songs that temporarily brought Gaga joy. “I’d start out the day so down and I’d end up dancing, looking in the mirror, practicing my moves, singing along,” she says. “Every day was an enlightening experience, but it had to happen every day.”
She also spoke on being raped at 19 and how she has been coping with PTSD from the experience I did not have a psychiatrist. I did not have a doctor to help me through it. I just all of a sudden became a star and was travelling the world, going from hotel room to garage to limo to stage. And I never dealt with it.” Instead, “I cut myself , i have scars,”
Lady Gaga also shed more light on her illness and spoke about how excited she is for the upcoming album
“The debate around fibromyalgia, we could have it for hours,“Some people believe in it, some people don’t. Essentially it’s neuropathic pain: My brain gets stressed, my body hurts.” For the past few years,i have been rightfully angry at having limited solutions for living comfortably with the pain. “[I’m] angry at my body, angry at my condition, angry that when I’m stressed my body hurts,” she says.
Chromatica can be seen as a reflection of this radical acceptance; it’s an album i would describes as “dancing through her pain.” Featuring explosive anthems that brim with euphoric synth-pop climaxes (way bigger than The Fame), its lyrics nevertheless reflect Gaga’s more sombre, personal experiences. “It’s a smack across the face throughout the album,”. “We don’t stop being that happy. You will hear the pain in my voice and in some of the lyrics, but it always celebrates.”
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