“The Fame” is Lady Gaga’s debut album, released back in 2008. It features songs such as “Just Dance”, “Paparazzi” and worldwide smash “Pokerface”. It was supported by The Fame Ball Tour, which travelled worldwide. It has gone on to win two Grammy Awards, including “Best Electronic/Dance Album” and “Best Dance Recording” for Pokerface. The album was created with the help of producers RedOne and Space Cowboy and was released under Interscope/Streamline/KonLive/Cherrytree Records.
“The Fame Monster” is the follow-up EP to “The Fame”, released back in 2009. It features such songs as worldwide smash “Bad Romance”, “Telephone” and “Alejandro”. It was supported by The Monster Ball Tour, which was a worldwide success and garnered millions, selling out arenas around the world. The album garnered three Grammy Awards, including “Best Vocal Pop Album” and was nominated for “Album of the Year”. The album was created with the help of producers such as RedOne, Fernando Garibay and Darkchild and was released under Interscope/Streamline/KonLive/Cherrytree Records.
“Born This Way” is Lady GaGa’s third release, and her second full album. It was released in 2011, and broke records for first day sales on iTunes. It went on to sell over one million copies in its first week of release. It features songs such as record-breaking “Born This Way”, “Judas” and “The Edge of Glory”, which features Clarence Clemons. The album was co-directed by Fernando Garibay and features producers such as DJ White Shadow and RedOne. It was released under Interscope/Streamline and KonLive.