Lady Gaga admits she doesn’t ‘remember’ her own album ‘Artpop’


It’s been six years since Lady Gaga released her third studio album Artpop and the singer recently revealed that she actually doesn’t remember the 2013 record at all.

The 33-year-old singer took to Twitter on Monday where she threw major shade at the record which gathered a lot of responses from fans. "I don’t remember ARTPOP," Gaga tweeted.

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However, hearing this, Lady Gaga’s huge fan base felt pretty hurt and betrayed since the album meant so much to them.

For years Lady Gaga's fans have been divided on her album ARTPOP and the singer herself just threw some shade at her own music.


While some were not huge fans of the ARTPOP album, there are many Little Monsters who still consider the album to be one of her best works.

Despite her fans love for it, ARTPOP didn’t receive any Grammy nominations. Her latest achievement, the Born This Way soundtrack, however, went on to win three Grammys and an Oscar.


Check out Lady Gaga’s tweet:





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