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Lady Gaga completes new album while on world tour
Lady Gaga announced to her fans that she completed her third full-length album on June 8, 2012. According to RollingStone.com she wrote on Twitter, "Exciting news little monsters! I've played my new record for my label and will be announcing my new Album Title in September!"
Lady Gaga is on a two-year world tour for her album, "Born This Way," where she has not only worked hard performing, but also writing and recording new songs for her new album. She makes the record wherever she is at, hotel rooms or bus stops.
Her Born This Way Ball tour finished up in Australia on July 8. She had a few sold out shows in Asia and Australia so far. And she will go on to tour in Europe in August, September, and October. She will also make two stops in South Africa, at the FNB Stadium on November 30 and at the Cape Town Stadium on December 3. She may play some of her new album at the end of her Born This Way Ball tour when she hits North America, which dates she has not announced yet.
Lady Gaga's co-manager, Vincent Herbert said earliest this year that the new album is an "insane," and "great record," according to MTV.com. Lady Gaga is slowly revealing little details about her new album. She has already teased some of her fans when she debuted a piano ballad "Princess Die," with its perhaps controversial lyrics in Melbourne, AUS at the Rod Laver Arena on June 27. The American singer/songwriter dedicated the shocking song to Princess Diana, but did not confirm whether this track would be on the upcoming album, according to the HuffingtonPost.co.uk.
Lady Gaga has said she does not want to sound more grown-up. At her concert in Perth, Australia, on July 7-8, she joked around and said, "Let's just say I feel, I feel that when I wrote Born This Way, I demonstrated a sense of maturity. And I feel that, on the next album, there's a lack of maturity, it's a tremendous lack of maturity or sense of responsibility," according to MTV.com.
The Born This Way Ball has been going strong and the Ball already has some sold out concerts in Manchester, UK this September. Lady Gaga's performance partner and DJ, Lady Starlight will be on tour with her for Europe and South Africa. The British rock band, The Darkness, most widely known for their hit "I Believe in a Thing Called Love," will also be touring along with Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga has won five Grammy Awards and 13 MTV Video Music Awards. She has sold about 23 million albums and 64 million singles around the world. She has been put on the top of lists of Forbes Time Magazine. She also ranks at number 4 on Billboard's list of top moneymakers of 2011.
Her last tour, the Monster Ball Tour, has become one of the highest-grossing concerts tours of all time. For complete tour and ticket information visit Lady Gaga's official site: ladygaga.com.