Little Monsters, rejoice: Lady Gaga has begun work on her next album. Gaga's latest record Joanne, which she is currently promoting on her Joanne World Tour, came out less than a year ago, but the singer-songwriter is already working on material for her next LP.
"I've started writing," Gaga told Entertainment Weekly. "I have a lot of ideas and a lot of things I want to create, so you'll see in a bit. I need some time to create."
"That's not to say I won’t do songs here or there that I can call during the show,” Gaga added when asked whether we'll hear some of the new music during the Joanne tour. "But, this show's actually extremely complex and complicated, and the stage is coded with a computer. It's intense and the cues all have to be met at a particular time. It's high stress and tense backstage to make sure everything happens at the exact moment it’s supposed to. So, the setlist might change a little bit, but mostly you're coming to see a piece that we've created for you."
Joanne was released in October and became Gaga's third consecutive number one album in the United States. She will star in the upcoming remake of A Star Is Born next year and release an accompanying soundtrack album (which we hear is very similar to Gaga's latest single "The Cure").