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Lady Gaga's new ideas
Lady Gaga is full of "new ideas" for her next album. The 'Poker Face' hitmaker - whose first two LPs 'The Fame', and 'The Fame Monster' topped the British album charts - wants her next record to have a completely different and "new" style to the eccentric pop style for which she has become known. She 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 'Monster 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". She said: "Most certainly I have no f**king clue what they're going to be yet, because I'm just starting this tour, and I wrote 'The Fame Monster' during the last tour. So, I assume that it will inspire some kind of new sonic energy and lyrical style. "I find 'The Fame Monster' to be completely different than 'The Fame'. I've evolved, but artists should evolve. In the 70s and the 60s, artists evolved all the time - from album to album the music was changing, the feeling was changing, the artists seemed almost entirely different than who they were five or six years before."Posted on 30 Dec 2009 07:30 to category : Music News
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