Lady Gaga: ARTPOP Album Due In November

Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP album is due for release in November. Pre-orders will be available beginning September 1, and the actual release date is November 11.

In addition to the album, Gaga will be releasing an app that will allow users to experience and combine music, art, and fashion, to “build and share their own projects.” Pre-orders for the app will also be available on September 1.

As reported by ABC News, ARTPOP “musically mirrors Gaga’s creative process.” As it is described, the album appears to be a collaborative effort between Gaga and numerous other artists.

ARTPOP will be Gaga’s fourth album. Her first three won her five Grammy Awards.

Gaga has been working behind-the-scenes following a tear in her right hip. The injury led to the cancellation of 22 shows on her “Born This Way Tour.”

The surgery and recovery have kept her off the stage. However, she has reportedly been spending long hours in the studio completing her latest album. As reported by US Magazine, Gaga has been working hard to create new songs that are “something fresh and beautiful.”

Gaga has also been working toward improving her overall health. Friends state that “she’s feeling healthier now,” as she has taken her recovery seriously. She hopes to begin touring soon as she “knows that a lot of people depend on her.”

Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP album release will be preceded by an “artRave” on November 10, which will include several other artists, including Jeff Koons.

As reported by Billboard, Gaga is expected to return to the stage at London’s Camden Roundhouse in September for the iTunes festival. The Haus of Gaga is already making preparations for performance.

With a serious injury and cancelled tour dates, Gaga’s year started out on a bad note. However, with plans for a new album and an expected tour, it looks like she is ready to move forward.

Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP is sure to be interesting, creative, and possibly controversial, reflecting her own unique personality and style.

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