In a foreshadow of unprotected sex, Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga commit to a regrettable newborn collaboration only fit for an exploited pop star queen and emerging rap pop swinger. Otherwise recognized as a long awaited musical courtship between Interscope label mates, the song entitled “PARTYNAUSEOUS” will denote another Lady Gaga rap travesty since her last collaboration in 2009 with Wale in ”Chilin” three years prior. Brought forth from a series of unrelenting tweets involving Gaga’s proclaimed taste in hip hop and capital bandwagon support of Lamar’s recent eminence in songs such as “Swimming Pools (Drank)”, the song is expected to assassinate any potential Lamar’s upcoming album good kid m.A.A.d city ever had.
Suffice to say, the Queen of simulation otherwise known as Stephanie Germanotta is quick to elaborate meaning onto a song presumably about dancing, alcohol and sex. Describing the song title as a heroic lyrical triumph representing Germanotta’s relationship to a recent concert cancellation in Jakarta, the pop star queen only wishes she could “Get high with the enemy”. A message clearly suggested in the entitled song duet, “Party Nauseous”. Following the expected release date of September 6th, the song has now been pushed to an unreleased date only to the embarrassment of Gaga’s inflated promotional tweets since Chicago’s Pitchfork festival. Meanwhile Lamar counters recent bluebird/Gaga statements with little or completely nothing to say. An action suggesting the magnitude of excitement Lamar has for Lady Gaga’s appearance on good kid, m.A.A.d city on October 2nd.