Lady Gaga Inglewood Tickets
Born in Manhattan, New York, Lady Gaga is an American singer and songwriter, who first started out with professional theater. After venturing into music with a rock band, Lady Gaga started writing songs for Sony/ATV Music Publishing. This is where she was noticed by the musician Akon for her vocals and was subsequently signed on to Interscope Records. Since then, Lady Gaga has been making major waves in the music world with her powerful voice and funky tunes. Thanks to her tremendous success, her net worth as of 2016 was nearly $275 million. And now this superstar is headed to Inglewood to perform for her fans so grab Lady Gaga Inglewood Tickets now.
Let’s take a look at the career of Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga’s Music
The artist released her debut album, The Fame, in 2008 and received both critical and commercial success. Singles such as “Poker Face” and “Just Dance” became international chart-toppers. Soon after, the singer released an EP, called The Fame Monster, which was equally well received. Songs such as “Bad Romance”, “Telephone”, and “Alejandro” were some of the successful hits from this compilation. In 2011, the artist released her second full-length studio album, titled Born This Way. This album was another huge success, topping charts in over 20 countries and selling more than one million copies in the US in the first week alone. The title song, “Born This Way” received a lot of success and instantly became a favorite.
Next came her album, Artpop released in 2013. The album topped charts in the US and produced many successful singles, including “Applause”. Her fifth album, Joanne came out in 2016 and made Lady Gaga the first woman with four US number one albums in the 2010s alone.
For her contributions to music, Lady Gaga has received several awards, including six Grammy Awards, 12 Guinness World Records and the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame’s Contemporary Icon Award.
And now she is bringing all this and more to Inglewood. Grab Lady Gaga Inglewood Tickets and get ready to part like there is no tomorrow.