Lady Gaga and Zynga Features ‘Born This Way’ Album In GagaVille Farm Of FarmVille

By on May 11, 2011 in Entertainment, Gaming, Internet, Music, Technology, United States Comments
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Lady Gaga, the American pop singer and song writer, is teaming up with Zynga to release songs from her upcoming “Born This Way” album to Farmville players ahead of the album’s May 23 release, as reported by some international entertainment sites.

The singer, known for her outrageous styles and hits such as “Poker Face” and “Bad Romance,” will allow singles from “Born This Way” to be heard within a specially-created farm, called “GagaVille.

Gagaville is a neighboring farm within Farmville being developed by Zynga in partnership with Clear Channel Radio.

Clear Channel Radio reportedly will be responsible in streaming the songs through its iHeartRadio service. Players will have to complete tasks to hear one exclusive new track per day from May 17 to 19. Starting on May 20, players will be also able to unlock additional songs that aren’t exclusive.

According to reports, Zynga is also giving away a download of the full album to fans who will buy $25 game cards through electronics retailer Best Buy Co. Inc. Buyers will also be entered into a drawing to attend the next video shoot of Lady Gaga and get a virtual unicorn to decorate their farms.

Reports also said that the company is offering virtual Lady Gaga goods to players who earn points in its other games and a chance to receive concert tickets and signed albums through one of its games.

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