Beyoncé - "Schoolin' Life"

J.R. Taylor Choreography

Thursday, August 12, 2010

When California’s Proposition 8, a law banning marriage for gay couples, was overturned last week, it inspired many to write messages of joy across social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, but it inspired pop star Lady Gaga to immediately write music.
In an interview with Ryan Seacrest this morning (August 11), Gaga talked about that moment and the music she started writing.
“I felt like it was a revolution, like a gunshot went off, like it set us all into rotation,” Gaga said. “It was so exciting when it happened because it, for me, was a moment that indicated that it could happen in every state now…I was so happy and I went into the studio and kept writing [new music].”
She continued on to talk about how the new music would affect her forthcoming third album, that she has said in past interviews was already complete. “I know I told everybody my album was done, which is it kinda is done, but I can’t stop writing music. I don’t know what I’m going to do. I might have to put out two records.”