The few times Lady Gaga has been involved in a Hip-Hop track have been disappointing, to say the least. Her feature on Trina's last album was altered to feature Kalenna from Diddy Dirty-Money instead once Gaga blew up and became a huge international star. The less said about her feature on has-been that never-really-was Wale's "Chillin" the better. I'd reason than not even her feature on CJ Holland's unreleased anthem "Luv U Sum" can redeem her as a potential hook singer after her train-wreck feature on the official remix/single version of Beyoncé's "Video Phone".
So then, we know mierda abounds whenever Gaga is called in by her hood-radicated homies for a ghetto fabulous collabo. But what happens when you sample what is arguably her magnum opus thus far and then lace tight harmonies and a Polow Da Don-tinged Look At Me Now-sampling track underneath?
MDPC are Will, Ralph, Nick and Oz, specializing in "heart racing lyrics enclosed within infectious melodies that ride the drums and synths effortlessly."