Surprise: Unreleased Lady Gaga Songs Surface on Streaming Platforms Under Her Real Name

LOS ANGELES, CA – Several previously unreleased songs by Lady Gaga, listed under her real name Stefani Germanotta, have unexpectedly surfaced on various streaming services. The tracks include alternate versions of her previous hits “Perfect Illusion” and “Fashion,” as well as an unreleased collaboration called “Retro Physical.” These songs have been circulating online for years and represent an earlier sound reminiscent of Gaga’s debut album, “The Fame.”

The songs, uploaded by an entity named UnreleasedSongs, have caused speculation among fans and music enthusiasts. It remains unclear how many other songs have been uploaded by this mysterious entity. The tracks have appeared on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal, among other platforms.

When contacted for comment, representatives for the streaming services declined to provide immediate responses. Such unapproved uploads pose a challenge for these platforms, given the sheer volume of music being uploaded and the difficulty in monitoring all the content. With millions of tracks being added daily, it becomes increasingly difficult to police and remove unauthorized releases.

This situation is not unique to Lady Gaga. In the past, other artists, such as R. Kelly, have had unauthorized material released on streaming platforms. A leaked album of mostly unreleased material by R. Kelly, titled “I Admit,” was briefly available before being swiftly taken down. This incident highlights the ongoing struggle streaming platforms face in preventing the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material.

It is likely that these unauthorized versions of Lady Gaga’s songs will meet a similar fate and be removed from the platforms in the near future. However, their sudden appearance has stirred excitement among fans, who eagerly await any updates or news regarding Gaga’s musical endeavors.

As the music industry continues to grapple with unauthorized leaks and the challenges of digital distribution, artists and streaming services must work together to safeguard their intellectual property and ensure a fair and legal music ecosystem for all parties involved.