Gaga full of new ideas for next disc

Gaga full of new ideas for next disc

Lady Gaga wants her next record to have a completely different and “new” style to the eccentric pop for which she has become known.

The 'Poker Face' hitmaker told MTV News: "Well, I'm going to write new music... that's the beauty of writing your own music - you don't have to rely on songwriters and producers to write hit songs for you. So I'm going to write a new album and I'm going to have new ideas."

The 23-year-old singer is currently travelling the world on her ‘Monsters Ball Tour’.

She hopes this will inspire her to write the tracks with “some kind of new sonic energy” for her next album as her songwriting style “evolves”.

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