Gaga Essay

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All I Really Need to Know, I Learned From Lady Gaga 1) Work Hard “Sometimes in life you don’t feel like a winner, but that doesn’t mean you’re not a winner. And I want my fans to know that” Miss Gaga was just a mere child when she began to fulfill her dream. Never taking formal lessons, she began playing the piano by ear at age 4. She then went on to write a full-length piano ballad at 13 and took the stage on open-mic nights around New York by 14. Invited to study at the prestigious Julliard School in Manhattan at 11, Lady Gaga attended Convent of the Sacred Heart instead. Culminating a successful teen existence, the Lady was accepted early to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She thought she finally found the light when, in 2005 she was signed with Def Jam Records, however, three months she was dropped unexpectedly from the label. Undaunted, Gaga began playing clubs and bars around New York in a promising act entitled “Lady Gaga and the Starlight Review.” At the same time she began writing songs for artist such as Akon, Fergie, and Britney Spears. With Akon behind her as her biggest cheerleader, Lady Gaga was signed by Interscope Records in 2007 and the rest is history… 2) Keep Your Promises “Get your asses to DC and wear something fabulous” When the platinum blonde bombshell took to the stage, her dedicated onlookers took a collective gasp before breaking out into applause and cheers. It wasn’t that they were shocked to see her; Lady Gaga promised the masses nights earlier she would be there. However they were proud. Proud of Lady Gaga, proud to be a fan, proud that they were standing there with her on the West Lawn of the Capitol. At both the Bootleg party in New York and a press conference in DC Lady Gaga made claims of wanting to attend the Equality March in DC to take place on Octobet 11th. These claims were made realities when she took the platform

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