Lady Gaga has had a busy schedule these past couple of months. She has wrapped up post-production on Bradley Cooper's iteration of A Star is Born and continues work on new music for her next studio album.
She has been in and out of Electric Lady Studios in Manhattan, and has been reported to be working with a number of artists for her next endeavor.
Click on to see who to expect on LG6.
Mark Ronson is allegedly on the transition team from Joanne to LG6. He was previously associated with Amy Winehouse after producing a majority of her second album, Back to Black, and helping her pen the classic title song.
Before teaming up with Gaga, he released the Grammy Award winning and international smash "Uptown Funk," which features the equally talented Bruno Mars.
After recently releasing her debut album Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides, SOPHIE was also anticipated to work with Mother Monster for the next album. However, she recently confirmed the rumors herself after being asked by a fan at Pohoda Festival in Slovakia.
Apart from Gaga, SOPHIE is also known for her collaborations with Charli XCX, most specifically on Vroom Vroom and Charli's mixtapes.
Watch SOPHIE confirm the Gaga rumors below.
\u201cokay so i met SOPHIE last night after her show and she CONFIRMED THAT SHE\u2019S WORKING WITH GAGA OMG\nPLEASE RETWEET THIS SO EVERYONE KNOWS PLEASE @BraveForGaga95 @ladygaga_JWT @LGMonsterFacts @gagasyuyi @fkajack @AMENARTPOP @ladygaga\u201d
In a now deleted Instagram post, DJ White Shadow signaled his return since producing much of Born This Way and ARTPOP after making mention that LG6 would be ARTPOP's "little sister." He also tweeted and then deleted a post clarifying he was referring to the development of a new era instead of the release of the long-rumored ARTPOP Act II.
It has also been rumored that DJ White Shadow could be behind the unknown production duo that created "The Cure," with the other half of the duo being Nick Monson who also played a large part in producing ARTPOP with DJ White Shadow.
This collaboration came out of the blue when German DJ Boys Noize spilled water over his equipment. Hours afterward, Gaga replied to his tweet claiming to have resurrected it with a blowdryer.
The inclusion of Boys Noize, as well as SOPHIE, may hint at a new, more experimental direction for Gaga and from the country-folk influenced music of Joanne.
Read the Gaga's quirky exchange with Boys Noize below.
\u201cLady Gaga spilled water over my modular system \ud83d\udca6\u201d
Be sure to follow Out on your favorite social platform
DON'T MISS THE OUT100 SPECIAL 3 DAY MARATHON STARTING NOVEMBER 24TH!
Journey through the year’s influential Out100 – the most iconic and long-standing celebration of LGBTQ+ icons and allies – in a 1-hour television special spotlighting the LGBTQ+ people shaping the world today.