Lady GaGa's 'ARTPOP' Album Is "Really Great"
Co-manager Vincent Herbet has teased the star's next LP...
Lady GaGa's third studio album ARTPOP has been branded "really, really great" by her Streamline Record's boss, Vincent Herbert.
Speaking to MTV News about GaGa's forthcoming release, Herbert revealed: "The record's coming out really, really great.
"She's just recording and trying to make sure she's giving her fans a great, great album."
While we still don't know what the album will sound like, Lady G gave fans some new music over the weekend when she dropped her remix of Stache - a track from her pal Zedd's debut album, Clarity.
ARTPOP is expected to drop sometime in early 2013, when GaGa returns from Europe for more US dates on her tour, which Herbert also gave his seal of approval: "If you haven't seen the tour, can't wait for you to see it. It's phenomenal. She's just always changing things."
Herbert is of course GaGa's co-manager, but he stressed that the pop star is really like family.
"Her mom, her dad, we're all very close. It's not just work and that's what makes a relationship even better and even sweeter, that they're real people who care about each other.
"And we care about them as well and sorry you don't understand that," he said, addressing critical fans who have commented on the couple's close bond with GaGa.
He noted that their friendship goes so deep that the singer visited him when he was in the hospital last year. "But that is what it is: If I called Stefani right now, and told her I need her to come back because I was sick [again], she would be right here."