ReImagined At Home: Watch Ambar Lucid Transform Lady Gaga's Pop Anthem "Poker Face" Into A Dreamlike Performance
Imagine taking a song that was nominated for Best Dance Recording, Record of the Year and Song of the Year and making it your own. Well, Mexican Dominican singer/songwriter and musician Ambar Lucid did just that with Lady Gaga's 2008 single "Poker Face."
Lucid, a self-described introvert from Little Ferry, New Jersey, specializes in utilizing her hushed-yet-forceful vocals to create a captivating listening experience. She did it on her Dreaming Lucid and Get Lost In The Music EPs, her debut album Garden of Lucid, and now, once again, on her performance in the ReImagined At Home cover series.
Watch the episode below to see the 20-year-old lay claim to a pop classic with her '60s-inspired psychedelic rock tribute.
"Poker Face" served as the second single from Lady Gaga's 2008 debut album, The Fame. The hit track and album earned Gaga two GRAMMY wins for Best Dance Recording and Best Electronic/Dance Album, respectively, at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards in 2010.
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