Pop singer Lady Gaga previewed a new song entitled "Mary Jane Holland" on Monday. On the grimy electronic track, she takes on the persona of "Mary Jane Holland," a character seemingly inspired by marijuana.
Gaga's "ARTPOP" album is coming next month and she has so far released lead single "Applause," which has been a staple in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100. She recently followed up "Applause" with the R&B track "Do What U Want" featuring R. Kelly. Fans got another taste of "ARTPOP" on Monday with a big snippet of "Mary Jane Holland."
With what has been released from "ARTPOP" so far, "Mary Jane Holland" is one of the more grimier tracks on the album. She dabs in a dubstep-influenced sound on this new song. Her lyricism is even more off the wall with "Mary Jane Holland," a nod to the not-yet-legalized drug. "I am rich as p**s," Gaga proclaims on the wild tune.
Lady Gaga's "ARTPOP" album will be released on November 11. In other Gaga news, her debut album, "The Fame," turned five-years-old in the U.S. today.
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