Lady Gaga to kick off new album campaign in September

Singer says her record label has already heard the new material

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Lady Gaga has revealed that she will announce her new album title in September and that she has already played the new material to record company bosses.

The singer, who is currently touring the world in support of her second album 'Born This Way' unveiled the news of her third LP via Twitter. She wrote:



Earlier this month, Gaga's co-manager Vincent Herbert spoke about the singer's plans for her third studio album and has promised that she will deliver "an insane" record.

When asked what people can expect from the new material, he told That Grape Juice: "Just insane, great records. She's on tour right now, but it's just going to be a great record. Look out for the unexpected, when it comes to her - I'm very excited. We're doing it on the road right now, so it's very hard, but it's going to be great."

The singer's other manager Troy Carter said earlier this month that the singer has no plans to tone down her stage show, even if it prevents her from performing in some countries on her world tour, stating that Gaga isn't being "provocative for the sake of being provocative".

The singer was forced to cancel her show in Indonesia on June 3 after Islamic groups in the country expressed opposition to her "vulgar" style.

Gaga will tour Europe as part of her Born This Way Ball tour later this year and as well as two previously announced shows in London, will now also play Manchester's Evening News Arena on September 11 and a one-off date in Ireland at Dublin's Aviva Stadium four days later. The Darkness will support on all UK and Ireland dates.

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