Beyoncé's "Girls," which hit the web yesterday and is the first peek at her upcoming album, finds the singer venturing outside her comfort zone with sputtering drums and a sample by indie electronic duo Major Lazer.
Gaga's "Judas," meanwhile, also sounds like nothing else on Top 40 radio right now, as the singer spews biblical references over some seriously wild industrial dance synths by producer RedOne. The track leaked last Friday and is vying for a No. 1 debut on the Hot 100 this week.
Of course, Beyoncé and Gaga, who in 2010 teamed up for the hits "Telephone" and "Videophone," have never shied away from taking creative risks -- in fact, it's part of what's propelled them into pop music's upper echelon. But since the early reaction to "Girls (Who Run the World)" and "Judas" seems to have fans divided and, in some cases, disappointed, we're just asking: Whose single do you like better?