Lady Gaga has quite an interesting creative process.
Gaga has reportedly decided to record her new album, ARTPOP, completely in the nude. "Gaga has really taken to the idea of naked recording," a source allegedly told the UK's The Sun. "She has been recording vocals while she’s been completely starkers. She thinks it makes her voice sound better.”
Mother Monster is certainly not shy about baring her body, in public or in private.
Earlier this month, she posted a home video to her official YouTube page, in which she dances around her home and lifts her sweater to flash the camera [NSFW]. In July, Gaga posted a nude photo of herself online on her social networking site LittleMonsters.com, wearing nothing but nude-colored underwear and holding her knees against her breasts [NSFW]. She also got naked for her perfume ad with little men crawling all over her body.
Naked studio sessions seem quite tame, comparatively speaking.
Gaga has been teasing fans with tidbits about ARTPOP, due out in early 2013, according to NME.
Her makeup artist, Tara Savelo tweeted:
nothing like watching @ladygaga in her waspy white sweater and brown hair write the hardest marijuana record of all time. #maryjaneholland
To which Gaga responded that ARTPOP will have a "stoned Disney Princess kinda vibe."
"Let's just say I feel, I feel that when I wrote Born This Way, I demonstrated a sense of maturity," she told MTV News. "And I feel that on the next album, there's a lack of maturity — it's a tremendous lack of maturity or sense of responsibility."
Or lack of clothes.
ARTPOP is the follow-up to 2011's Born This Way. Gaga is currently in the midst of her "Born This Way" Ball, now in Europe.
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