Lady Gaga Has 50 Songs Written For ARTPOP

 
Lady Gaga Has 50 Songs Written For ARTPOP

02 December 2012

Lady Gaga has revealed that she has written around 50 songs for her upcoming album ARTPOP.

Gaga will release her fourth album next year (2013)and, in a conversation with fans on Twitter, revealed that she had a wealth of new material that could end up on the LP - although she hadn't decided yet which songs would make the final tracklisting.

She wrote, “I have written like 50 songs. I don't know what will rise to top. But that's how I wrote the fame/the fame monster.”

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Gaga also dropped some hints about a series of star-studded collaborations that could be included on the record - but promised that even if they didn't end up on ARTPOP she would release them anyway.

"I'm not sure yet. Stands pretty firm on its own," she replied to one fan who asked her about the prospect of collaborations.

"Ill release collabs regardless if they're on album or not, that's what's nice about app. I can upload new material all the time."

Gaga has released/leaked collaborative material before – after her collaboration with Kendrick Lamar on a track called B***h Don’t Kill My Vibe turned sour due to his representation.

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But it may be sometime before we hear any new material from Gaga, with the rumour that ARTPOP is behind schedule due to Gaga’s hectic touring commitments and promotional duties.


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