Lady Gaga unveiled the news of a new album at the end of her Chromatica Ball concert film at the credits.

“LG7. Gaga is coming back,” the line flashed, announcing the record’s release soon.

The artiste has already hinted at a new musical work on her birthday this March. Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, shared with fans on social media that she has ‘written some of the best songs of her life’.

“I’ve been writing pop songs since I was a little girl. I can’t believe I still get to do what I love. I know this year is going to be an important and meaningful year for us. Music changes people’s lives, I’m honoured to be a part of it.”

She also told reporters that she is very inspired for new songs.

“I work on new music all the time and I really live and breathe it. I just can’t wait to give it to the fans,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

When asked by the publication if she will create another hit song with Beyonce in the future, she responded with a cryptic phrase.

“Every time Beyoncé calls, I’d like to pick up the phone,” Gaga ironically noted, hinting that she would be willing to collaborate if she was offered a duet.

Gaga also noted that her upcoming album is a ‘brand new project’ that will be out soon and fans should be patient.

“They hate it when I say “soon” but it’s gonna happen soon.”

The star’s last solo album was 2020’s “Chromatica”, followed by a collaborative album, “Love for Sale”, recorded with the late Tony Bennett in 2021.