Gaga's "ARTPOP" album is coming next month and she has so far released lead single "Applause," which has been a staple in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100. She recently followed up "Applause" with the R&B track "Do What U Want" featuring R. Kelly. Fans got another taste of "ARTPOP" on Thursday with a world premiere performance of "Gypsy" yesterday and now there is a preview out for "Venus."
"Venus" was originally lined up to be Gaga's second official single from "ARTPOP" but she later chose to release "Do What U Want Instead" because it experienced some unexpected success on the iTunes chart. Sticking to her word, Gaga still released a preview of the eccentric "Venus" track. "Rocket #9 take off to the planet, to the planet," she sings.
"Venus" will be released in full on October 28. Her "ARTPOP" album will later drop on November 11.
UDPATE: Lady Gaga released a new preview of "Venus" on Saturday. Listen to it here.
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