Issue 6 of Women In Pop magazine is out now with Lady Gaga on the cover. Inside, we have features on the following artists:
Lady Gaga - Ten years after bursting onto the music scene with her unique brand of pop art, Lady Gaga has never been more important. How did she transform from provocative pop upstart to respected actor and Oscar-winning artist?
Madonna - This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the release of Madonna’s classic Like a Prayer, one of the most influential and revered albums in pop music. We chart its story from conception to release.
Bananarama - The iconic British duo have just released their first studio album in ten years. They spoke to us about the making of In Stereo, their three-decades-long career and the changes they have seen in the music industry since the 1980s.
Mýa - American singer Mýa was a huge star in the 1990s and early 2000s, but after a protracted legal dispute her career almost fell apart. The pain turned into gain as she was able to retake control of her career as a fully independent artist – and she’s never felt more creative or empowered.
Grace Carter - Britain’s Grace Carter has come a long way in a short time. Using her often traumatic childhood for inspiration, she is finding her music has the power to heal – for herself, and for her growing group of fans.