Born This Way: The Collection is the third compilation album by American singer Lady Gaga, released on November 18, 2011, by Interscope Records. The three-disc set includes her second studio album Born This Way, the remix album Born This Way: The Remix, and the DVD Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden. Photographer Nick Knight shot the cover of the release, which showed Gaga wearing a dress made of slime by designer Bart Hess.
Born This Way may refer to: "Born This Way", a song by Dusty Springfield from Reputation 1990. Born This Way (album), a 2011 album by Lady Gaga. Born This Way" (song), a 2011 song by Lady Gaga. Born This Way", a 2014 single by Thousand Foot Krutch. Born This Way (TV series), 2015. Born This Way" (Glee), an episode of Glee. Born This Way", an episode of Being Erica.
Born This Way is about self-liberation, and loving every part of yourself, no matter your race, gender, or sexuality; the song was released as the lead single from the album of the same name in February 2011. With her lyrics, GaGa addresses the persistent prejudice against many types of love, .
The Born This Way era as its name implies refers to the album cycle for Born This Way. Although the album was released on May 23 of 2011, Lady Gaga changed her style to reflect the rebirth theme as early as January of 2011. She was seen with prosthetic horns and ridges on her forehead, cheek bones, and shoulders for a month and during the media promo following the debut performance of "Born This Way" at the Grammy Awards
Award-winning recording artist and pop phenomenon Lady Gaga collaborated with Nick Knight to create Born This Way, the video for the first single from her eagerly-awaited second studio album. Shot in early 2011 in New York City, this video gave the first taste of a new visual identity for the already-iconic performer. The irrepressible Lady Gaga is captured on set during Nick Knight's shoot for the September 2010 issue of Vanity Fair. Lady Gaga collaborated with Nick Knight and Ruth Hogben to create a number of films for her epic Monster Ball tour in 2009.
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It was inevitable that Born This Way would be an escalation of The Fame, it was inevitable that Gaga would go where others feared to tread, it was inevitable that it would be bigger than any other record thrown down in 2011, both in its scale and success. This drumbeat, pulsating as insistently as Eurodisco, is so persistent that there is an inevitable feeling of anticlimax upon hearing Born This Way for the first time and realizing that Lady Gaga has channeled her grand ambitions into her message, and not her music.