Lady Gaga Asks Fans Not to Listen to Leaked Song


Yesterday, a Lady Gaga track made its way onto the internet, but the pop star is now asking fans to stay clear of the track, even though it’s a brand new track from ARTPOP.

The track titled, “Aura” was leaked online and immediately started to be shared through the internet. With the song making its unofficial rounds, Gaga’s Little Monsters started to wonder if the track would in fact be featured on the new album come November. When Gaga found out about what had happened, she instantly went on the defense asking fans to stay clear of the track especially since the song was only a demo version of the finished version.

“Please take these [links] down as much as possible,” Gaga asked from her fans. Just last week, Gaga was in the midst of defending herself against the Russian government when it was reported that she had performed a show while only on a visitor’s visa. The Russian government also accused the pop star of breaching immigration laws and promoting “gay propaganda.”

“The Russian government is criminal. Oppression will be met with revolution. Russian LGBTs you are not alone. We will fight for your freedom.” She added: “Why didn’t you arrest me when you had the chance, Russia? Because you didn’t want answer to the world?” she wrote about Russia’s recent treatment of homosexuals in the country.

But not all news is bad news from her camp; last month it was confirmed that she would be performing her first new single “Applause” at the MTV Video Music Awards later this month. Following Jay-Z’s lead, Gaga’s new album will be released through an app on November 11 and revealed that the app will be available on iTunes and GooglePlay.

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