Lady Gaga

Birth Name: 
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta
Music Category: 
Best Known For: 

A Star Is Born
"Poker Face"
"Bad Romance"

Short bio: 

Lady Gaga was born as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986 in Yonkers, New York. She attended New York University's Tisch School for the Arts but left to find creative expression. When Gaga was 20 (in 2007) she began working at Interscope Records as a songwriter for other artists on the label. Those artists included Britney Spears, New Kids on the Block, and The Pussycat Dolls. R&B singer Akon discovered Gaga while she was performing a burlesque show that she created, called "Lady Gaga and the Starlight Revue." Impressed, Akon signed the performer to his label under the Interscope umbrella, Kon Live. Her debut album, The Fame, was a huge success, and the single "Poker Face" topped charts in almost every category, in almost every country.

Lady Gaga is recognized for her flamboyant and diverse style in her fashion, performances and music videos. Gaga had sold an more than 23 million albums and 64 million singles worldwide. She's received five Grammy Awards and 13 MTV Video Music Awards. Lady Gaga has consecutively appeared on Billboard magazine's Artists of the Year (scoring the definitive title in 2010), ranked fourth in VH1's list of 100 Greatest Women in Music, and is the sixth best selling digital singles artist in US according to RIAA.


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Submitted by Tiffany (not verified) on

For most of my life I have felt like I didn't fit in or belong anywhere. Your music, your ideals and struggles have inspired me and listening to your music not only gives me goosebumps by the pure strength and raw talent, but makes me feel not quite so alone. You are a beautiful soul and I am grateful for you. You're truly inspiring as a woman and humanitarian.

Submitted by Kurt from Michigan (not verified) on

Dear Ms Gaga,
I am a 55 year old man that grew up with music from the 70s and 80s. One of the things I really miss about modern pop music is the lack of instruments, particularly Guitars and pianos. Also very few modern singer, save you, actually sing with their real voices. Not synthesized.
There are all sorts of Aging artists out there that can still play great instruments. I think it would be great if someone capture their talent in a new album or series of album before they are gone. These albums would be you singing and them playing. The songs could be new and/or remakes. Kind of Like what Carlos Santana did several years ago.
Artists to Consider:
• Billy Joel
• Eddie Van Halen
• Sammy Hagar
• Bruse Sprinsteen
• Joan Jett
• Eric Clapton
• George Thorogood
• Ted Nugent
• Bruce Springsteen
• Angus Young
• Elton John
• John Mellencamp
• Stevie Wonder
• Lenny Kravitz
• Pete Townshend
• Jimmy Page
• Keith Richards
• David Gilmour
• J. Geils
• Little Richard
• Many Others

Submitted by Kerry middleditch (not verified) on

I just wanted to say thank you. I lost my partner of 10yrs and laid her to rest yesterday. When I watched the film A star is born I could really relate and the last song never love again was so powerful. When she was in the hospital and I had to make the decision of turning the machines off as there was nothing else they could do, I played this song to her. I also played the song at her funeral because every word is so true and as said so so powerful. Thank you for being amazing lady with amazing voice. This song will live in my heart mind and body forever it truly made it so special for me. Sending love

Submitted by Ember Tarnopol (not verified) on

Dear Lady Gaga,
You have always been my biggest source of inspiration, confidence, and knowing in the hard times to always find the light. You are my idol. You have taught me I am amazing for who I am, regardless if others don’t accept me. Although I’ve been having a hard time loving and accepting myself for who I am. Recently I found the love of my life. Although we aren’t together anymore, he still is and will always be the love of my life. We broke up because his mother said “If you don’t break up with him(referring to me even though I’m a woman), I’ll kick you out. Before that I had always felt like some trans freak and a lot of the time still do but when I listen to your music I remember I am more than just my sexuality, gender, or what I look like. It reminds me I am a soul with a body, It reminds me that I have to be myself in order to be happy and I can’t let what others say and do affect me. I imagine hugging you even if it’s for point one millisecond, it would by far be the best thing in my life! I came out as trans about a year and a half ago, I came out as gay in fifth grade(about five years ago). I’ve always listened to your music for as long as I can remember. I would walk in my moms heels and we would have dance parties to your music. I still have dance parties to your music. Although I was very young when I came out(both times), your songs and lyrics were the ones that helped me through coming out. I watched till it happens to you the performance, and at the time I cried but I didn’t know what it felt like being raped. Unfortunately now I do know what being raped is like. I’ve always found comfort in your music and knowing I’m NOT alone. Even if I think I’m alone I’m not. Although we may never meet I know your music will always be there for me. I’ve watched practically all your interviews, for hours and hours I’ll just be watching you, you talk and you perform. You have made it so I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and I am forever grateful to you. Thank you so so so much!

Love you so much,

Submitted by Durkanize (not verified) on

Just for the record, you are one of the most talented artists of our generation but not only that you are an absolutely stunning woman. You are going to make someone a very happy person one day and I hope they do the same to you.

Submitted by Isabella (not verified) on

Hi lady gaga how are you I am a big fan of you I love listening to your music and congratulations of winning loads of rewards

Submitted by Haley Alicia DeBoe (not verified) on

Dear Gaga
You have done so much for me and I would do ANYTHING it see or meet you or contact you. I may only be 12 years old but you have done Soooooooooooo much 4 me and I wish you the best of luck in the new year and god I don't know what else to say I love you soooooo much and thank you for being there for me and all of the little monsters I'm the world.

Submitted by Isabella (not verified) on

Hi lady gaga how are you and how are you getting on with your concert Las Vegas and how are you feeling because I’m worried about you because I have heard that you have been poorly with fibromyalgia and suffer with mental heath are you feeling better now

Submitted by Anne Parker (not verified) on

Hello Lady GaGa
Just wanted to say I empathise with your battle with Fibromyalgia. I too have this awful illness. I had bypass heart surgery in May.It was very successful but two months later the dreaded fibro arrived, so I know what you go through. We will both overcome this
Kind regards

Submitted by Alan (sheffield uk) (not verified) on

Lady Gaga has a wonderful voice that is perfect for ballads, as proven by her performance in “a star is born”. If she brought out an album of ballads she would reach a whole new audience who would be delighted to buy it. I’m 67 years old and I think she is wonderful with ballads but I’m not keen on her music that sells to other age groups. Can we please have an album of ballads.

Submitted by Donna (not verified) on

As a child, with a highly dysfunctional childhood, the continuous happy family commercials have haunted me because I know there are numerous children and adults that are in very bad situations with this "stay home" mantra. I applaud Lady Gaga as recognizing and publicly stating. I truly hope she has some influence in attempts to help these souls who opinions to help/save themselves have been diminished.

Submitted by Chris (not verified) on

How can you with a straight face wish for peace in America when you openly cheered and encouraged the BS that happened this summer with the mayhem, riots and destruction. Please make me understand.

Submitted by Barbara Cotter (not verified) on

You were absolutely amazing today singing the national anthem. I am 70 years old this year and think you are probably the greatest artist of my lifetime. I am hoping, that now as a nation we are able to breathe again, that you will be able to start performing again and with some luck I will be able to see you live. Take care and stay safe. Again, you were incredible today.


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