Lady GaGa debuted new track 'Gypsy' live in Berlin earlier this week and shared a clip of her singing it with her fans.
Lady GaGa debuted new track 'Gypsy' live in Berlin earlier this week.
The 'Applause' singer was filmed performing the song 'Gypsy' at a listening party, wearing a fake moustache.
The track comes from her latest album 'ARTPOP' - set for release on November 11 - and was produced by Madeon and co-written by RedOne.
The ballad was performed by Gaga accompanied by just the piano but the studio version is rumoured to be a house anthem.
In the clip, the singer is shown singing: ''I don't wanna be alone forever but I love a gypsy life / I don't wanna be alone forever maybe we can see the world together.''
The singer posted the video on Twitter with the message: ''I composed ARTPOP to be a full experience, we are releasing all these songs and snippets to give you a more complete picture of the album.''
The track has been described it as a potential highlight on the new record and fans tweeted saying the performance was ''stunning'' and Gaga looked ''terrifying'' in her stage outfit.
ARTPOP also features the song G.U.Y - an acronym for 'Girl Under You'.
Lady Gaga describes it as a 'new age feminist' track saying: ''Some women feel oppressed by make-up and clothing, and here's to them, they have every right to feel that way as well.''
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