Lady Gaga recording new album ‘ARTPOP’ naked in studio

Singer thinks being starkers 'makes her voice sound better', says source

Lady Gaga has been recording her new album ‘ARTPOP’ while naked – because she thinks it makes her voice sound better.

The ‘Born This Way’ star, who is set to release the LP in early 2013, has reportedly taken to stripping off while working in the studio according to sources, as she believes that being in the nude helps her deliver stronger vocal performances.

According to the Sun, an insider revealed: “Gaga has really taken to the idea of naked recording. She has been recording vocals while she’s been completely starkers. She thinks it makes her voice sound better.”

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Gaga is currently in the middle of her ‘Born This Way’ ball world tour, which features 110 dates in all. The tour’s European leg will make its way to the UK for a pair of dates at Twickenham on September 8 and 9 and a third show at the Manchester Arena on September 11.

The singer, who is also set to make a public appearance at iconic London department store Harrods on October 7, announced last month that she will make her acting debut in a new Robert Rodriguez movie called Machete Kills. She will play a character called ‘La Chameleon’ in the film, which is a sequel to Rodriguez’s 2010 action exploitation movie Machete.

‘ARTPOP’ will be Gaga’s third studio album and the follow-up to her 2011 album ‘Born This Way’. Fans are speculating that the album could feature a collaboration with Azealia Banks after the pair began a teasing Twitter conversation earlier this month (August 22).

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