In addition to working with her longtime collaborator, the Mother Monster has collaborated with DJ Madeon and rapper Too Short.
Lady GaGa has teamed up again with longtime collaborator RedOne for new tracks in her upcoming "ARTPOP" album. In an interview with French radio station Fun Radio, on Sunday, August 25, the Mother Monster revealed that she had also worked with 19-year-old DJ Madeon.
"He is so amazing. He has such an understanding of music at such a young age," the "Applause" singer praised the French DJ. "He reminds me of myself so much. He's obsessed, so obsessed with music."
"[DJ Madeon and I] worked on some amazing songs together. One song in particular I love so much. It's called 'Gypsy'. We wrote [the song] with RedOne," she added. RedOne is the person behind several of GaGa's successful songs, including "Just Dance", "Bad Romance" and "Judas".
RedOne and DJ Madeon wouldn't be the only ones to contribute to GaGa's highly-anticipated new album. In another interview with MTV News' Sway, she was asked if she worked with a rapper for her new project. "I'll give you one... Too Short," she simply answered.
Short was kind enough to give further details about the collaboration. "I was doing some songs last year with one her producers, DJ White Shadow," he said of how he ended up hooking up with GaGa.
"He's been pretty busy, doing his thing around the world and he got back at me a little while ago and said, 'There's a song that Lady GaGa's doing that possibly they would want to get you on... so I said, s**t I'm down with it!' " he continued. "Then he called back and was like, 'She's going to debut the song at one of her shows' and I'm like,'s**t I'm there!' "