Lady Gaga was ‘Born This Way’

Lady Gaga Single “Born This Way”

Pop icon and sensation Lady Gaga finally gave her fans what they’ve been waiting for: a highly anticipated single from her upcoming album.

Compared to Madonna’s 1989 classic, “Express Yourself”, and David Guetta and Kelly Rowland’s 2009 track, “When Love Takes Over,” the single still has a touch of Gaga’s character.

It is one of Gaga’s most political songs, with a provocative message about embracing and celebrating diversity.

“Don’t be a drag, just be a queen, whether you’re broke or evergreen,” Gaga raps in her single. “You’re black, white, beige, Chola descent / You’re Lebanese, you’re Orient / Rejoice and love yourself today / ‘Cause baby you were born this way.”

The track is available for listening online or on her official site. It has topped iTunes in 23 countries since its release February 11.

Her album, “Born This Way”, will be released on May 23.

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