December 7, 2011 12:09

Lady Gaga: 'I have a name for my new album' Lady Gaga Tickets

But the singer is keeping tight-lipped on the title of follow-up to 'Born This Way'

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Lady Gaga has revealed that she has already chosen a name for her new album.

The singer, who only released her second full-length studio album 'Born This Way' in May this year, admitted in an interview with MTV that she has already started on a follow-up and has even decided on its title - but stopped short of announcing what the LP would be called.

She said:

I've started writing it and I have the name for it, and all the concepts are beginning to flourish and take place. I'm excited to put it out, but it's not done yet. So I'll put it out when it's done.


Producer Fernando Garibay – who worked with the star on 'Born This Way' – said he had "a little bit of anxiety" thinking about plans for the album, adding: "I wanna just always try to outdo ourselves, our songs. They're already incredible songs. But I feel like she's so young."

Last month, Lady Gaga revealed that she was planning a duet with Elton John for her new LP. The pair had previously collaborated on the track 'Hello Hello', for the Disney film 'Gnomeo and Juliet', and teamed up for a live performance at last year's Grammy Awards.

Earlier this week, it was reported that the singer is set to announce a mammoth world tour in 2012, which will consist of a record-breaking 450 dates over two years.

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