Lady Gaga's "Glitter and Grease," an unreleased track that Rob Fusari produced during recordings for Gaga's breakout album The Fame, has leaked online.
UPDATE: The song has unfortunately been pulled off YouTube. Listen to a live recording of "Glitter and Grease" above. Pester your favorite Little Monster to see if they have the pristine studio recording saved on their hard drive. Original article continues below.
Gaga has performed "Glitter and Grease" in concert throughout the last two years, but the version snuck on YouTube is studio quality. According to Gagapedia, the song was reportedly written with an ex-boyfriend in mind.
"Hot sh-t in Brooklyn," Gaga sings. "Painted green watermelon / That guy's ride is good lookin', good lookin' / He tells me that he loves me / And even though I'm real sexy / He loves his car, car, car / He's always with his car, car, car."
The track has the same tone and vibe as Lady Gaga's smash singles like "LoveGame" and "Paparazzi."
Gaga and Fusari had a very public split as both co-workers and significant others. Fusari, who had a producing credit on The Fame, sued Lady Gaga for $30.5 million back in March of 2010. Gaga counter-sued, but the pair settled in September of that year.
"Lady Gaga and Rob Fusari have agreed to end their dispute amicably and wish each other well. There will be no further comment by either of them," representatives for Gaga said in a statement.
Listen to "Glitter and Grease" above. Do you prefer the old-school Gaga sound to her newer singles? Let us know in the comments below.
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