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The Recording Industry Association of America, the company that deals with single certifications (gold, platinum, diamond), announced earlier today that it will be including on-demand audio and video streams to its certification program. In light of this new change, Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” has been officially certified DIAMOND for selling over 10,000,000 copies in the United States alone. This makes the song Gaga’s most successful in the US as well as one of the only Diamond-certified songs of the 21st century.

With these changes taking effect, we should see all of Lady Gaga’s singles, notably “Judas” and “Marry The Night”, receive platinum certifications. Congratulations.

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Frank Ocean - Bad Romance (Lady Gaga Cover)

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"I don’t understand why she makes contemporary music. When she sings great standards, she does it with such emotion… She will surprise people with the quality of her voice when making quality songs. We sing covers together on the album, but also separately. There are also some original songs, including one she wrote called Paradise. With this album, I think she will become bigger than Elvis Presley! Of course we recorded the album in New York. As the song says: “If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere”."

- Tony Bennett, talking about his duet album with Lady Gaga, Cheek To Cheek (via ladyxgaga)

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I love all four of Gaga’s albums to death but I would be lying if I said I didn’t want her to branch out into different genres. She’s proven that she can do R&B, rock, and even a bit of country. I’d love to see more of that in her work than just sticking in one song like that in her albums. I…



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