I know I’m a little late on the Joanne train when it comes to reviewing the album, but better late than never and I definitely wanted to review this album.
I just want to start this review by telling you all to buy this album for yourself and for friends and family this Christmas. If you, like me are a Little Monster, this is the album we have been waiting for. Gaga really showcases some killer vocals on this album.
Joanne is Gaga’s first solo album released since ARTPOP’s release in 2013 and she did not disappoint, with either albums, just saying. But Joanne has a more personal tone throughout the entire album, Gaga herself said she has two sides one being Gaga and the other being her father’s daughter which she portrays through this album.
There is something about this album that feels completely fresh in the 2016 music industry as she could have opted to make generic pop songs.However, once again she reinvented herself in the music industry for a stripped back techno country pop Gaga in my personal opinion.
One track on the album Hey Girl features Florence Welsh or Florence and The Machine, their voices sound so beautiful and really complement one another, it makes you wonder why they haven’t collaborated before, we definitely need more of these two pop perfectionists together.
Million Reasons is probably Gaga’s best ballad and is one of my favourite songs on the album, a combination of powerful vocals and moving lyrics it’s a guaranteed tear-jerker. Million Reason’s is her current single with video dropping tomorrow, December 14th 2016.
Gaga teased fans that the video picks up exactly where Perfect Illusion finishes, so for a recap of that check out the Perfect Illusion music video below
Check back for a review of the Million Reasons music video review.