In 2010, she was accused of launching a Emily Thorne-sized assault on Christina Aguilera‘s career.
In 2013, the pair buried their supposed beef to support her critically acclaimed single ‘Do What U Want‘, and this year- one year after the release of her #1 album ‘ARTPOP‘, Lady GaGa has seen her vocal stylings compared to Aguilera‘s in a review of her latest album ‘Cheek to Cheek.’
Why ‘Vanity Fair‘ feel GaGa fans have Aguilera to thank for the singer’s big and brassy sound on the project?
Find out after the jump!
On ‘Cheek’, ‘Vanity’ shared:
Can she sing jazz-pop standards? Yes, quite well, though here and there she seems to be on uncertain footing—not unexpectedly, perhaps. On the swingier numbers, she tends to go big, brassing it up and belting out words as if she were Christina Aguilera trying to channel Shirley Bassey. At other times, her vocal approach verges on camp—a wink here, a hint of melodrama there. Not that I think she’s condescending to the material (the way David Bowie has in similar circumstances); it’s more, I imagine, that she’s finding her way into the music.