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14 October 2013, 13:33 | Updated: 14 October 2013, 13:34
The 'You & I' singer teases a second volume of 'ARTPOP' while revealing her favourite parts of the recording process.
Lady Gaga has opened up extensively about her new album 'ARTPOP' by answering fan questions about the record on Twitter.
The 'Applause' singer revealed more about the sequel to 'Telephone' and whether there will be a second volume of the album during the session over the weekend.
When asked whether 'Swine' was a particularly difficult song for her to write Gaga explained: "Yes, very personal song but it became very freeing. Put a lot of rage into this album. It's been hard to part from it."
The 'You & I' singer also explained that new single 'Venus' isn't the highly-anticipated sequel to her Beyonce featuring hit 'Telephone.
"No ma'am it is the beginning of ARTPOP TRILOGY ENDINGS TO COME!" she teased.
Check out the official artwork for Lady Gaga's new album 'ARTPOP' below:
The US star also promised she has already started planning for her fourth album, teasing she has "lots of songs for ACT TWO!"
Lady Gaga finished her Twitter session by revealing one of her dreams is to "do the entire album top to bottom every night at the show", when she takes the record on tour in the future.
Lady Gaga will release her new single 'Venus' on 27th October.