by Casey Lewis
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Lady Gaga doesn't do things by the book. So when it came time to roll out Artpop, she wasn't just going to quietly release one of the most anticipated albums of the year with little fanfare. This is the girl who gets her kicks from doing the unexpected. (Do we need to remind you about the time she wore a dress made of sirloin steak? Or hatched out of an egg on stage? Or...okay, we'll stop there, but you get the idea.)
So last night, to celebrate her third effort, out today worldwide, she threw an enormous extravaganza in Brooklyn that was part party, part performance art piece. At ArtRave, as the soiree was dubbed, she sang a bunch of new songs and danced around sculptures by Jeff Koons, the artist behind her album cover.
But it's never just about the music for this provocative songstress. In addition to unveiling a bunch of Artpop tracks, Lady Gaga also revealed the world's first flying dress.Read More »from Lady Gaga Releases Her New Album in the Most Lady Gaga Way Imaginable