In addition to talking about Adele and the Body Revolution in a recent interview, Lady Gaga shared a song title from 'ARTPOP' and it's called 'G.U.Y. (Girl Under You),' but that's not how it appeared in the article.

Gaga sprung to action to correct the publication and let 'em know they got it wrong and to share the real title via her LittleMonsters site.

Gaga spoke about feminism and beauty norms in her chat with the women's outlet Stylist, saying, "You know what’s so funny is, I actually think there’s a new feminism that is completely different and I don’t think either is better or worse. Any kind of feminist has valid views for herself about what it means to be a feminist, but, as a new-age feminist, I would say I quite like the transference of strength I feel by submitting to a man – being under him."

She also shared that she wrote a song about that very concept on 'ARTPOP.'

"I actually wrote a song about it on my album, it’s called 'GUY' and it stands for 'Go Under You.' So wearing makeup, smelling delicious and having suckable, kissable, edible things between your limbs is something I find strengthening because I know that when I pick the right guy, I can let him have it. Some women feel oppressed by makeup and clothing, and here’s to them, they have every right to feel that way as well."

Gaga quickly posted that the title is actually 'G.U.Y. (Girl Under You),' (not 'Go Under You'), which would make more sense and fall in line with her explanation about the well-thought out concept of the song.

So there we have it. A new nugget of information about 'ARTPOP.' Recently, Gaga suggested that the album would be released in two volumes, with one being commercial and the other more experimental.

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