Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Kesha. These thee women are all pop artists, that each try to take from each other, and make something that will get them hits on Youtube... That is the point? To be "Popular", but each look like a fool. I understand the need for fame, I have that lust myself. However, I feel that... perhaps, those artists just try too hard. Between the getups, the "deep" story telling, and subliminal messaging. It really makes me wonder why exactly it is, that those three artists seem to always grow in popularity, when one is a wannabe model, the other is just trying to get back at her parents, and the third is... Well, to be honest I don't know shit about Kesha... The thing that makes me wonder though, is... Why? Why do people get obsessed with these artists? It just seems so insane to me. I understand that, little girls may listen to Justin Bieber, Or Jonas Brothers for their male appeal. But, Gaga, Perry, and Kesha don't bring anything to the table in terms of appeal. Gaga, attempts sexuality, through provocative imagery. But, what is the point she is trying to get across? I know that Pop music is supposed to be one dimensional, and something you and your friends (if you are into that genre) can roll down the windows and drive around singing like fools. But, with Gaga it seems that, once you take away her odd videos, as of recent. She has become... To about the videos? Yeah, I think I will go with that. If you take a comparison between, say. Bad Romance, and Alejandro. You can see the difference. For instance. The repetition in both songs, is very imminent, but Bad Romance just takes the "Yeah... sex sex sex, and don't forget the sex", where as Alejandro, attempts to tell a story through... Hispanic themes? I really don't know... and that is pretty much the bread about it, is that there is a story trying to be told... but it very much so misses the point. On the Katy Perry end of the spectrum, her songs are a bit... Bi-polar to say the least. Between California Girls, ET, Firework, and The one that got away. It really leaves me questioning what to think of her. In terms of her videos, they really arn't that bad. Her style is more so of the typical pop persuasion, and more often then not, it can tell a story if it wants to, but the song itself doesn't force it upon you. It's like you have the option, and I find that really nice. However, her music -is- pretty Bi-polar, in terms of it not knowing what it wants to be. Because, she has a album worth of light pop songs, then she cranks up the "FEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF BECAUSE I SAY SO", because when that came out... seems as if every pop artist (Minus KeSha) was trying to join the bad wagon... Possibly due to the suicide of the homosexual teen who took his life do to harassment or, whatever. Not that the tact is a bad thing, however. I feel as if it is less of a artists personal choice to do it, and more so the music companies want of greed that compels the artist to write a quick song about the situation so that they may further profit from it, and to that extent those songs really sicken me. Yes, it is nice to have songs that tell you to "Express yourself", but I feel as if that isn't why the songs themselves where written. Finally, we have Kesha... the girl who thinks that proper dental hygine comes from swishing a bottle of Jack Daniels and going about her day. Honestly, i really have nothing else to say besides that. She is about as light pop as it gets... However, I feel like listening to her just kills half the ammount she lost from her morning routine. So, all this being said. What is it that you all think of these artists?