Don't Be So Hard On Yourself Jess Glynne
16 August 2012, 16:26
The 'Born This Way' star says 'PARTYNAUSEOUS' is about her cancelled tour date in Jakarta.
Lady Gaga says her upcoming collaboration with American hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar was written about her relationship with Jakarta, Indonesia.
The 'You & I' singer says she penned the track about the controversy surrounding her 'Born This Way Ball' tour date in the country, which was cancelled back in May after threats were made against Gaga if she went ahead with the concert.
This week Gaga revealed she has teamed up with rising artist Kendrick on a brand new song called 'PARTYNAUSEOUS' and confirmed last night that the song is about wanting to make peace with those that threatened the performance.
"I wrote "PARTYNAUSEOUS" about Jakarta, and my relationship with that country," Gaga tweeted yesterday (15th August). "Wishing I could "get high with the enemy" and make peace.
"Once @kendricklamar + I started talking about life + his forward thinking views about love + hip hop the song became something more," Gaga explained.
Check out a picture from Lady Gaga's recently unveiled Fame fragrance TV advert below:
The 'Marry The Night' singer is currently in Bucharest, Romania where she is due to perform tonight before moving on to a show in Vienna, Austra this coming Saturday (18th August).
Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar are set to release 'PARTYNAUSEOUS' on 6th September and the track will appear on the latter's new album 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' which is out on 2nd October.