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These Lady Gaga Unreleased Songs Recently Leaked

By Orgesta Tolaj


31 January 2024

Lady Gaga Unreleased Songs

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Lady Gaga’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric. From her breakout debut album “The Fame” to her Oscar-winning performance in “A Star is Born,” Gaga has proven time and time again that she is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. Despite her countless hits that have dominated the airwaves, there are still some songs that have never seen the light of day…until now. These are some of the Lady Gaga unreleased songs that have recently been leaked.

Lady Gaga’s Unreleased Songs Just Leaked

Three unreleased versions of Lady Gaga’s songs have appeared on streaming services under her real name, Stefani Germanotta. However, they do not reference her stage name. These tracks include different mixes or versions of the previously released songs “Perfect Illusion” and “Fashion.” It also includes an unreleased 2007 song titled “Retro Physical,” reported to be a collaboration with producer Noize Trip. “Retro Physical” is noted to resemble the style of Lady Gaga’s debut album, “The Fame.” It has circulated online for several years.

Lady Gaga Unreleased Songs
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The other two unreleased songs seem to be early versions of officially released tracks. “Fashion” is labeled as a demo. However, it plays as a slightly sped-up version of Lady Gaga’s song from the 2009 soundtrack “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” There is speculation that the demo for “Perfect Illusion” may have been created using AI. It might have also initially been released as a fan prank when the track officially came out in 2016. The timing of their appearance on streaming services is noteworthy, particularly as “Perfect Illusion,” previously absent from such platforms, was recently added back a few days ago.

Who Uploaded the Leaked Lady Gaga Unreleased Songs?

Unreleased versions of Lady Gaga songs surfaced on streaming services nine days ago, uploaded by an entity named UnreleasedSongs, which also claimed the copyright. It’s uncertain how many other songs have been uploaded by UnreleasedSongs due to the common use of those terms on platforms. The tracks can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal, among others.

Reps for streaming services have not provided immediate comments on the recent uploads, but unauthorized releases are common and pose challenges for platforms to police due to the vast number of daily uploads, estimated to be as high as 125,000 or more tracks. An example is the release of a full album of mostly unreleased R. Kelly material titled “I Admit,” attributed to a legitimate hip-hop label, Real Talk Entertainment. Despite denials from Kelly and Sony, his label, the album was removed shortly after widespread alerts brought attention to its existence.

What do you think of Lady Gaga’s unreleased songs?

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