The New York Post is running an exclusive story on a young woman, Lina Morgana, who's mom says her daughter greatly influenced Lady Gaga and the 41 year old mom wants Gaga to acknowledge this as well as give permission to release a dozen songs Lina and Gaga recorded before Morgana's tragic death. I can't find out any information about how she died. I have read fan postings and they are vague including one comment that said she jumped off a roof. I can't find any actual documentation of how she died but the conclusion drawn from vague postings is suicide.
The New York Post has a video of Lina Morgana but it is posted in such away I watched a video that I did not want to watch so here is the direct link.
I found a posting by a young woman, Margarita, that met 17 year old Morgana and was clearly in great admiration of her. Margarita writes that Morgana had her music on the Hills and Laguna Beach.
I like Lina Morgana's "I Got U".
"Far Away" is a dark song about a guy we have all met. Mr. Narcissist who does not care about women at all but just the ego massage of females he has suckered, ensnared coming when he calls and the joy he gets at hitting the "on" and "off" switch, a guy who is addicted to what he might call love but is really his primary relationship is with his mirror and playing games...oh dear...stay away from these lonely guys and they love to call their victims narcissist when they become big boys and learn big big boy words. They are the loneliest guys looking for real life barbie dolls best to be avoided...and yes, despite their narcissism deep down they don't like themselves and they can't treat any woman very nicely for more than a few minutes....
Will Lady Gaga give the okay to release the songs she recorded with Lina Morgana? In time we will get answers. I do not own a Gaga song and just from a brief look at Wonderland do I think Morgana influenced her? Yes, is is possible but the bottom line is Gaga marketed herself with the clothing and timing was everything. Gaga is a superstar and that fact she cannot steal from anyone...that is hard work, luck meaning she was at the right place and time and she was able to do the work she needed to do when others might have folded, crashed and burned.
Lady Gaga is a superstar in her own right and she can't steal super stardom.
Condolences to Lina Morgan's mother and all loved ones. There is no doubt she was talented and her work is certainly getting attention now by this controversy.