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  1. The Weeknd is listed as a co-writer on "Skip", which probably means he's also featured on the song
  2. https://ew.com/music/lady-gaga-chromatica-behind-the-scenes/
  3. Gaga has also liked this tweet so it will be coming!
  4. Guy Oseary has “stepped down” from the day-to-day running Maverick, the management collective he founded in 2014. “I’m ready for my new chapter and welcome the opportunity to have more time to focus on management of Madonna and U2 while furthering my passion for identifying and incubating revolutionary businesses,” said Oseary in a statement, first published by Billboard. Moving forward, Oseary will segue to a consulting role with Live Nation, specifically for CEO Michael Rapino for the next three years, while continuing to represent Madonna and U2 under the Maverick banner. A statement by Live Nation notes that Oseary will be “concentrating on his entrepreneurial interests, investing in and incubating companies on the cutting edge of technology and entertainment.” Said Rapino: “Guy built an incredible team at Maverick and his work with U2 and Madonna is unmatched. Live Nation has always been about putting the artist first and no one knows that better than Guy. I look forward to continuing our work together on projects including U2, Madonna and beyond.” Partnered with Ashton Kutcher in venture capital firm Sound Ventures, Oseary’s investments include prescient stakes in Uber, Airbnb, Spotify, Pinterest and Square, among others. He’s also an investor in Peloton and the co-founder of budding social media platform Community. What does the move mean for such seasoned managers as Adam Leber (Miley Cyrus. Lil Nas X), Larry Rudolph (Britney Spears, Pitbull), Sal Slaiby (The Weeknd, Doja Cat), Scott Rodger (Paul McCartney, Andrea Bocelli) and Lee Anne Callahan-Longo (Ricky Martin) — just a handful of the power brokers under the Maverick umbrella — and their clients? Not much changes, it seems, as most of the Maverick collective is contracted for employment by Live Nation and their deals made with Rapino. Indeed, the number of acts Live Nation manages has ballooned over the last five years and, as of 2019, counts more than 500 acts represented by “70 managers across 16 management companies,” the company notes of its Artist Nation management arm which is also partnered with such concerns as Roc Nation (home to management clients Rihanna, Shakira and Mariah Carey, among many more). Live Nation “will continue to invest in this division,” the statement continues. Still, it stands to reason that some managers might want to pivot off of the Maverick brand to another firm within the Live Nation-Artist Nation ecosystem. Perplexed? You’re not alone. Multiple insiders are scratching their heads over the purpose of such a “vague” announcement, pointing to Maverick’s structure as more of a loose collective of management silos than one requiring heavy oversight by a chief executive. It’s also worth noting that both Madonna and U2 have touring agreements with Live Nation (each reported to be worth north of $120 million when they were signed as 360 deals in 2007 and 2008, respectively) — Oseary had worked with the Madonna since he was in his twenties, but came aboard the U2 train in 2013 — so they remain under the tent no matter their management representation. Oseary himself has made no secret of his desire to reach beyond music, amassing credits as a film producer (four “Twilight” films, Rob Zombie’s “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Rejects”) and television executive (“Last Call with Carson Daly”), in addition to author and photographer. More recently — and with the absence of awards shows or afterparties due to the coronavirus pandemic — Oseary has been hosting A-list Zoom get-togethers that have drawn the likes of Tom Hanks, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Adam Sandler, Dakota Fanning, Laura Dern and Netflix’s Ted Sarandos, according to the New York Post. Oseary got his start in the entertainment business as an A&R executive at Madonna’s label while barely out of his teens. He credits his longtime client for being a master of reinvention. “She has a lot to do with that because I’ve been around her relentless process of innovating since I was 18 years old,” Oseary told Variety last August. As it turns out, Madonna similarly shaped the work ethic of this visionary who was born in Jerusalem but bred in Beverly Hills. “She doesn’t have many peers and she’s always pushing new ground — the word lazy doesn’t connect to her,” he said, though he could have easily been talking about himself. “Maybe being around [her] helped to show me that’s just the way it goes.” The writing seemed to be on the wall as early as last summer when Oseary reflected on the potential peak of Maverick’s success. “Let’s look at the totality of it all: Every manager is doing really well,” he said, citing Rudolph, Slaiby, Clarence Spalding (Jason Alean) and “the guys on the country side,” Nashville-focused Big Loud Management. Of Leber and Gee Roberson, who jointly guide the career of Lil Nas X, Oseary added: “I’m proud that two managers came together here under the Maverick roof and were able to achieve this incredible success and break all these world records.” When Variety asked Oseary what sets him apart from everyone else in business, he replied: “I think that it’s always day one. Every morning I wake up like: ‘Okay, now where do I begin?’ I don’t have a sense of a sense of accomplishment as much as I do: ‘Today is day one — let’s go.’ “ More at Variety
  5. By sending Megan some flowers Spring and Floral Queen!!!
  6. Chromatica I: Lady Gaga & Morgan Kibby Alice: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Axel Hedfors, Johannes Klahr & Justin Tranter Stupid Love: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Max Martin, Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso & Ely Rise Rain On Me: Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns, Nija Charles, Rami Yacoub, Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso & Alexander Ridha Free Woman: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Axel Hedfors & Johannes Klahr Fun Tonight: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns & Rami Yacoub Chromatica II: Morgan Kibby & Stefani Germanotta 911: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Madeon & Justin Tranter Plastic Doll: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Skrillex, Jacob 'Jkash' Hindlin & Rami Yacoub Sour Candy: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Matthew Burns, Rami Yacoub, Madison Emiko Love & Hong Jun Park Enigma: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Jacob 'Jkash' Hindlin & Matthew Burns Replay: Lady Gaga, Matthew Burns & BloodPop® Chromatica III: Lady Gaga & Morgan Kibby Sine From Above: Lady Gaga, Elton John, BloodPop®, Rami Yacoub, Benjamin Rice, Axel Hedfors, Johannes Klahr, Richard Zastenker, Ryan Tedder, Sebastian Ingrosso, Vincent Ponte & Salem Al Fakir 1000 Doves: Lady Gaga, BloodPop®, Rami Yacoub & Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso Babylon: Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & Matthew Burns from Apple Music!
  7. Details of 2 unreleased Taylor tracks supposedly meant for 'Lover' have been shared online by a blog called Taylor's Inner Circle. They've been known to have Taylor's original demos, songs, and other unreleased songs. Many of the leaked unreleased Taylor songs in existence were first discovered by and shared with others by them. Nowadays, they describe the songs in their collection on their blog but no longer shares or trades them. All Of the Girls (Studio Version) 1st of 2 songs dropped from the Lover album. Starting out with a catchy drum loop and then keyboard, Taylor begins by singing about how she and the man she loves had parallel past lives. Previous relationships they were each in did not go well. However, the stars aligned and their lives intertwined. Instead of despising the girls that her man dated previously, Taylor is thankful for them. Those girls have made him the person he is today and resulted in them now being together. My favorite line in the song is: "A heart is drawn around your name in someone's handwriting not mine". This song more than any other I've heard shows off Taylor's incredible vocal range. At the end of the bridge, her vocals soar impressively high. Need (Studio Version) 2nd of 2 songs dropped from the Lover album. The music is unlike any other Taylor song with the chords played in a unique way starting and stopping (sometimes with vocal effects added over). Taylor gives fascinating insight into her thoughts on want, desire, passion, lust, danger, and fear. What Taylor needs most is to be with the man she loves. It's essential, like breathing for her. The music is stripped down during the bridge. A really good song that would have fit well on the album and perhaps been a fan favorite. Other unreleased songs in their collection, in case you were curious: Source (some have leaked already, others haven't)
  8. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jk7f
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