Lady Gaga returned to pop with the scorching disco-rock jam “Perfect Illusion” Thursday, and the track sees the star reviving her solo career after mixed reactions to her experimental 2013 LP Artpop. Still, in the last three years, Gaga has been anything but quiet, releasing a Grammy Award-winning album of duets with vocalist Tony Bennett titled Cheek to Cheek and getting an Oscar nomination for the Diane Warren collaboration “Til It Happens to You.”
For Gaga’s new era, she’s been teaming up with a surprising roster of collaborators, including producer Mark Ronson, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker and Justin Bieber collaborator Michael “BloodPop” Tucker for a new sound.
Now we have a question for you: what is Lady Gaga’s best song? We’ll count anything officially released by Gaga. Feel free to vote for a big club hit like “Poker Face” or “Bad Romance,” a soaring ballad like “Speechless” or “Dope,” a deep cut like “Monster” or “Brown Eyes” or even a collaboration like “Telephone” featuring Beyoncé or “Anything Goes” with Bennett. Please only vote once and for a single selection.
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