Lady Gaga Pop Art Flop: “I fell, I did not want to make the music more ‘
Lady Gaga speaks out on the flop album “Pop Art,” management, the loss of desire to continue the music and the people saved him.
Appear on CBS Sunday Morning, Gaga confessed that he was the last musical era ended badly in both the public and behind the scenes, which left devastated.
“We need to make sure all is well, because it was not. Know, it’s one thing to train on the tracks., But it’s another thing to train on the track. You can not just let a train out the court, and just run out … I crashed, “Gaga told CBS. “I just do not want to make music anymore.”
According to Gaga, and the changes and challenges of managing the pedestal he had a question.
“It felt like the people who me a pretty high standard,” Gaga told CBS. “Everyone is hooting and hollering because you know I do not sell 20 million records in that time, which I did the first album, and you know it’s not easy you just repeat that –.. Has no formula.”
After some time off Gaga linked to Tony Bennett, who recently released a collection of duets and (“Cheek To Cheek“) helped reignite interest in the music.
“I can not tell you how happy this makes me the music” shared.