This one slipped through the cracks over the Christmas break. But thanks to the internet, we can just pretend it’s brand new! [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Lady Gaga[/lastfm] offered her Little Monsters an… unusual Christmas gift.
A down and dirty track titled “Stuck on F’n You.”
As promised, Gaga issued the unreleased track off her best-selling album Born This Way right as the clock struck midnight on Sunday, Christmas Day (Dec. 25th).
Listen below, but be warned… it’s slightly NSFW.
As Gaga revealed her plans to release the song via a flurry of tweets, she told her fans that the track was “recorded live, in one take, on the tour bus. Uncensored.” At the end of the track, she sings, “We’re in Minnesota, and… it’s a sold-out show again”; on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24th) she posted on Twitter, “So to give you a little background to the creation of this song. I wrote it in Minnesota after the Monster Ball on the tour bus.”
“Stuck on F’n’ You” is the first track to be released since Born This Way: The Remix, which featured remixes and reworkings of Born This Way songs by Foster The People, The Weeknd, Zed and The Horrors among others.
Ms. Gaga is scheduled to return to her native New York to ring in 2012 by performing on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.
Read More On Fresh1027.com:
- This Week On FM Magazine: Operation Backpack 2016
- Pitbull Releases ‘Greenlight’ Featuring Flo Rida & LunchMoney Lewis
- Watch a Group of 80 Year Olds ‘Shake It Off’ to Taylor Swift
- Rihanna to Play Pivotal Role in ‘Bates Motel’
- #OnTheList with Xtine: 7 Amazing Moments From Fresh in the Park
- Selena Gomez Shares Emotional Message after Difficult Show
- INXS’ Frontman Michael Hutchence Documentary in the Works
- Ariana Grande Debuts Bangin’ New Hairstyle
- Kim Kardashian, Calvin Harris Celebrate J-Lo’s Birthday Together
- Distracted Fan Plays Pokémon Go at Beyoncé Concert
- Usher, Michael Bolton, Sheryl Crow to Politicians: ‘Don’t Use Our Song’
- The White Stripes ‘Icky Thump’ Scores ‘Justice League’ Trailer
- Win Tickets To Star Trek: Mission New York
- ‘Star Trek’ Predicts Hip-Hop is the ‘Classical Music’ of the Future
- Britney Spears Reveals Dream Car