Lady Gaga First Solo Single in Years

Nearly a year after teasing that she was “pregnant with #LG6”, rumours suggest that Gaga is prepping to share the first song from her upcoming still-untitled sixth album.

The Sun claims that the track will drop on February 7 – her first solo single since 2017, excluding her Oscar-winning tracks from the A Star is Born soundtrack.

Lady Gaga new single rumours swirl ahead of LG6.

According to the outlet, a music insider said: “Gaga has been working hard in the studio for the last year and is really excited about what she’s got.

“She is sticking to what she is good at and the first single is very pop.

“She knows she can’t spend too long away from the industry so wants to come back now while there’s still so much love for her.”

The rumours have sparked a frenzy from Gaga fans, but there’s no official confirmation yet of whether a track is actually coming.

However, Gaga has teased the release of LG6 repeatedly in recent months.

In December she tweeted: “#LG6 my assistant: when’s the last time you bathed? me: i don’t remember”

Singer ‘broke down’ during Joanne tour.

Gaga’s last album, Joanne, was released in 2016 – with the artist dedicating her time since to touring, appearing in A Star is Born, and the launch of her own gender-neutral makeup line.

In an interview last year, the Oscar-winning star said that being constantly on the road began to take its toll on her during the Joanne tour, her fifth solo world tour in under a decade.

“When I was doing the Joanne tour [in 2017/18], I’d been touring since I was 22 years old,” Gaga told Allure.

“I’d just done the Super Bowl show, Coachella, A Star Is Born. I really started to break down.”

The singer described her intense itinerary: “I would do the show, then I would get on an airplane, go to another country or state, get off, drive 40 minutes to the hotel, go to sleep, wake up, do another show. I was dizzy.”

Gaga gave the interview to mark the launch of her make-up line Haus Laboratories, which she said will continue her legacy of being an LGBT+ ally.

“I would like all gender identities to know very clearly that they are included, and never exploited, ever,” she said.

“I want that little boy at home that might like to be called a girl to say, ‘Mommy, I want to wear Dynasty. It’s a Glam Attack.’ And then Mommy goes, ‘Oh, my son wants to be called a girl, and he wants the Glam Attack.’”