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Lady Gaga has unveiled a second snippet of 'Venus', a new track from her forthcoming album 'ARTPOP'.

The singer released a 40-second 'Venus' teaser yesterday (October 25) and has now shared a different 30-second clip from the song. Listen to both snippets below. The full track will be released on iTunes this Monday (October 28).

Before unveiling the second Venus snippet Gaga used Twitter to explain how it fits into the song as a whole.


Meanwhile, Gaga performed another new song from the album, 'Gypsy', live in Berlin on Thursday (October 24). The singer was in the German capital for an exclusive invite-only playback of 'ARTPOP' at the city's Berghain club, famous for its hedonistic parties and strict door policy.

'ARTPOP' is set for release on November 11 and will include the single 'Applause', Gaga's R Kelly collaboration 'Do What U Want', released earlier this week, as well as appearances by rappers TI, Twista and Too $hort on a track called 'Jewels N' Drugs'. Other song titles on the album include 'Sexxx Dreams', 'Donatella', 'Swine' and 'Fashion!'.

The 'ARTPOP' tracklisting is as follows:

'Aura'
'Venus'
'GUY (Girl Under You)'
'Sexxx Dreams'
'Jewels N’ Drugs' (feat. TI, Too $hort, and Twista)
'Manicure'
'Do What U Want' (feat. R Kelly)
'Artpop'
'Swine'
'Donatella'
'Fashion!'
'Mary Jane Holland'
'Dope (Formerly I Wanna Be With You)'
'Gypsy'
'Applause'





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