Lady Gaga’s “Brooklyn Nights”: Listen To A Clip Of The Unreleased Song

Robbie Daw | February 18, 2014 7:59 am

Sometimes-depressed nudist Lady Gaga has been busy collaborating on future projects with Britney Spears and the Real Housewives cast, but a piece of her past has recently surfaced online in the form of an unreleased song snippet. The track in question is “Brooklyn Nights,” which is said to have been recorded during sessions for Mother Monster’s most recent LP, ARTPOP.

In fact, we turned to the ever-reliable Gagapedia for info on this mysterious track, so why don’t we just let them do the talking and post the music below? Good? Good.

Says Gagapedia:

“Brooklyn Nights” is a song written by Lady Gaga on September 18, 2010, when she was in Charlotte, North Carolina, for the Monster Ball Tour. She talked about having written a new song and references it as “Charlotte” Nights. Before she played You and I at the show, she said “I did write another song today while I was here in North Carolina”, which she called “An impressive and interesting place” because of an “adult shop” she visited where “the pornography was staggering… Congratulations on your triple-X stores!” So she “got really inspired” to write “A great song here.”. The song for her ARTPOP album. She revealed the song title on September 20, 2013 via Twitter. The song was not included in the ARTPOP album, but Gaga confirmed the song would be availible [sic] through the ARTPOP app during a Twitter Q&A.

Okay, sure — sounds legit to us. Here’s a bit of “Brooklyn Nights”:

This actually sounds pretty nice and upbeat, not unlike “Gypsy.” Pity, then, it didn’t make the album.

[Via PopJustice]

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