posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 02:21 AM
reply to post by kro32
i can't agree. but, both are more capable vocalists than many artists we hear.
i give Madonna some credit for her longevity. hyping stardom & short shelf life is typical fare for large recording labels seeking the next phenom. so
many 'sensations' ( i lol inside while typing that ) have come & gone since the early 80's when Madonna first 'Border Line'd her way onto the
charts. Her management re-tools her pretty well time and time again, working hard to make a new character from a recognizable one while tossing in
something the media can call 'controversy'.
Lady Gaga is a rare Real McCoy but dressed in Wolf's clothing. The young lady is a bona fide talented musician - sings, plays, knows how to
read/write music. Going for the gold, they package her beyond belief and get the desired affect. It will grow old and retie but she will have a long
Remember how Christina Aguilera used to be marketed? The name was made and the talent was sufficient for her to keep on keepin' on. Now she's
looking quite lady-like via 40's glam attire and giving us voice for days.