Lady Gaga's contributions to Kendrick Lamar's debut album, Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, were widely reported on in the run up to the album's release, but didn't end up making the cut in the end due to creative differences. But those wondering what the pop megastar and the West Coast wunderkind would sound like on a track together can now get a taste of the collaboration. Last night, Gaga posted a video for Good Kid standout "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe," featuring demo vocals she originally recorded for the song.
In the video, Gaga is seen on tour in Rio de Janeiro and Colombia, albeit without Lamar. Gaga also shared artwork for the song featuring her and the good kid in Halloween costumes.
The lyrics in the chorus for the Gaga version are slightly different from the ones that appear on the album. See if you can spot the differences in the video below.
Another collaboration between the two, a song called "PARTYNAUSEOUS," is reportedly planned for release at a later date.
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