They’re beautiful, talented and respected for the self penned material that’s seen them rocket to their respective heights.
Alas, before Lana Del Rey joined Lady GaGa at Pop’s elite party, she did a little hating from the outside with a cruel cut named ‘So Legit‘.
Recorded shortly before she signed to Jimmy Iovine’s Interscope, the jam surfaced online earlier this week and has gone some way to cause division between the pair’s fans- despite the song being over three years old.
Want to know why Rey has the ‘Monster’s all worked up?
So what’s the link between the two?
Well, according to ‘GaGaFrontRow’, the pair’s path crossed when they shared a mutual mentor in Bob Leone, who met Lana (then Lizzy Grant) in 2006, months after introducing GaGa at the 57th New Writers Showcase months before on March 23rd of that year.
It was on that night, according to ‘FrontRow’ that a Ms.Wendy Starland called Destiny’s Child producer Rob Fusari, recommending the ‘Paparazzi‘ belle to him after meeting her at the industry event.
Allegedly responsible for developing Lana’s sound while GaGa rose to notoriety, 2011 saw Leone learn that the former had signed to the same label as the latter, Interscope– the same year in which the tweet below was published.