Lady GaGa has announced that she will release "Dope" as the last song before her "ARTPOP" album officially arrives on November 11. The Mother Monster said on Twitter that the track would be released on November 4.
" 'Dope' will be available 12:01am local time Nov 4th," the New York-born singer tweeted on Thursday, October 31. "Final song available for purchase before ARTPOP release Nov 11." She also attached the cover art for the single.
The creepy artwork, which arrived on Halloween, features GaGa wearing a black and sheer underwear, an oversized blazer and a black hat. She is also seen sporting a set of scary teeth and some bruises on her body.
Previously titled "I Wanna Be With You", "Dope" was one of the songs played on GaGa's set during iTunes Festival back in September. The song was produced by Rick Rubin and written by GaGa with the help of DJ White Shadow.
Serving as the follow-up to 2011's "Born This Way", GaGa's "ARTPOP" has so far spawned two singles, "Applause" and R. Kelly-assisted "Do What U Want". She has also released "Aura" and "Venus" as promo singles.