Pop songbird Sky Ferreira lands a risqué feature in the Spring/Summer issue of AnOther Man magazine. Captured by the camera lens of Nick Knight for the arty and erotic shoot, the 20-year-old singer appears seductively nude in most of the colourful outtakes.
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If anyone was wondering how the baby was made, lensman Nick Knight gives us the answer, capturing the nude duo getting hot and heavy on the Jungle Fever-esque cover.
November is going to be a huge month for Lady Gaga, not only is she releasing ‘Born This Way – The Remix’ album, the Monster Ball DVD and her ‘Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson’ photo book, but she is also releasing a special Collection set.
Dropping on 21 November, ‘Born This Way – The Collection’ will no doubt be a treat for Little Monsters as it will consist of the 17-track special edition ‘Born This Way’ album, the remix album as well as the ‘Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden’ DVD.
The artwork for ‘The Collection’ features a full shot of Gaga striking a fierce pose for the lens of Nick Knight. The 25-year-old ‘Marry The Night’ singer channels an out of space alien, covered in slime and donning a galactic saucer hat.
The wait is almost over. But to keep us busy in the meanwhile, new Lady Gaga ‘Born This Way’ promotional shots have been released.
The photos were taken by longtime Gaga contributor Nick Knight. In the new very artistic photos, Gaga as it will be expected finds herself delving into eccentric territories. It appears that mother monster, who’s naked self is covered with mucus, is going through a rebirth in the pictures. As usual, Gaga sports big colourful hair, a fierce cat eyeliner and rouge lips.
As Lady Gaga’s May 23 “Born This Way” release date fast approach, the avant-garde singer is intensifying the hype with the release of a new song, strictly for promotional reasons, as early as tomorrow on iTunes.
“The Edge Of Glory”, which was produced by Fernando Garibay and DJ White Shadow, will serve as the first of three Gaga promotional singles to be released digitally as part of the “Countdown to Born This Way” promotion on iTunes. During her “Google Goes Gaga” interview, the pop sensation revealed that she penned the song following the death of her grandfather in September, last year.
The song is said to feature Clarence Clemons from E Street Band, a band that has often toured and recorded with rocker Bruce Springsteen, on saxophone. Gaga has also been quoted as describing the song during her “Google Goes Gaga” interview saying, “The song is about your last moment on earth, the moment of truth, the moment before you leave earth. It can be played on the piano, but it’s actually set to this giant, huge, techno rock, Springsteen-esque dance beat”.
In true Gaga style the cover artwork for the song tells a story of its own. The singer appears nude with her shoulder tattoo showing in the Nick Knight shot photo. The 25-year-old also sports big frenzy hair, her signature facial and shoulder prosthetics as well as ruby red lips and black dagger-nails matching her perfectly done cat eyeliner.
Gaga has prior posted a bit of the song’s lyrics on Twitter, which goes like: “Back in the hustle, just like it’s my first time, another shot, before we kiss the other side, I’m on the edge of something final we call life, I’m on the edge of glory, and I’m counting on a moment of truth, I’m on the edge of glory, and I’m counting on a moment with you”.
Undoubtedly the most innovative, aesthetic and mind-bending album cover I have seen in a while. Lady Gaga has unveiled the artwork for “Born This Way” album cover.
Gaga is part human, part a machine in this deliriously over the top Nick Knight shot cover. Her hair is in a frenzy state like she was on an 80-mile ride, with her hands motioned as part of the spokes and mouth opened like a vampire ready to attack. Her red lips are the only bright thing in this dark battlefield.
It’s bizarre, it’s stupendous, it’s unexpected, it’s Gaga and she was born this way. This cover illustrates that this mind-vomiting wench in so far as doing things the normal way is beyond repentance, but in the cultural sense she speak in future tense and if you are offenced by her wear an eye condom