The world is one step closer to hearing new music from Lady Gaga, as the pop star has revealed that fans will get to hear the first single from her highly anticipated sophomore album "Born This Way" in February, according to Lady-Gaga.net.
Gaga shared the news with her fan site backstage at the Rotterdam stop of her Monster Ball tour, and while she did not give away the name of the single, she said the "Born This Way" album will be like "bad kids going to church, having fun on a high level."
Gaga also issued a brief video message to thank fans for their support. "I can't wait to play you 'Born This Way," she said. "It's killing me."
Set for release in early 2011, Gaga's follow-up to "The Fame" could potentially include three songs that the star has previewed over the past few months: the title track, which she teased at the MTV VMAs in September; and the songs "You & I" and "Living on the Radio," which she added to her tour setlist over the summer.
Gaga declared that "Born This Way" will be the "greatest album of this decade" when her Monster Ball tour hit Gdsank, Poland on Friday (Nov. 26). "Not for nothing, the album's finished and it's f*cking really good," she told the crowd. The singer added that "Born This Way" is "so much deeper than a wig or lipstick or an outfit, or a f*cking meat dress...'Born This Way' is about what keeps us up at night and what makes us afraid."