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Lady Gaga Announces New Album Dropping In October

Oscar and Grammy winner Lady Gaga has announced that she will be dropping a new album set to be released this October. 

The “Rain On Me” singer confirmed she will be collaborating with music legend Tony Bennett once more on a new album titled “Love For Sale”. Gaga first teamed up with Bennett on the 2014 record Cheek To Cheek and embarked on a world tour the following year including a performance at the Hollywood Bowl. 

The new album announcement also comes as the legendary crooner turned 95-years-old. The Gaga and Bennett collab titled Love For Sale will delve into the Cole Porter songbook of classic popular music. It will boast a “mix of jazz ensemble, big band and orchestral arrangements” as per the press release.

Love For Sale is composed of 10 tracks with an extra two singles added onto the deluxe version, and it will mark Bennett’s last studio recording.

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