Lady Gaga just wants to be your "G.U.Y." On Monday evening, the singer gave her fans a tease of the [article id="1715366"]ARTPOP track[/article], which is an acronym for "Girl Under You."
The song is upbeat and full of bright production. On the 11-second teaser, Gaga sings, "Love me/ Love me/ Please retweet/ Let me be the girl under you/ That makes you cry/ I want to be that guy/ G./ U./ Y."
G.U.Y SNIPPET HERE http://t.co/lC4J3uoDwj— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 15, 2013
The same day she gave fans a taste of "G.U.Y.," or as she says it, "jigh," Gaga also revealed some of the lyrics to her track, "Dope," on Instagram. "My heart would break without you/ Might not awake without you," she teased in the handwritten lyrics for the Rick Rubin-produced track. "Been hurtin' low/ From living high for so long/ I'm sorry and I love you."
Gaga will release ARTPOP lyrics every day until the album's November 11 release date, and she will also reveal a new song snippet next week.
In addition to those sneak peeks, Gaga recently included her Zedd-produced ARTPOP track [article id="1715344"]"Aura"[/article] in the marketing for Robert Rodriguez's flick, "Machete Kills", which she appeared in. She also confirmed that the next single off the album will be [article id="1715445"]"Venus."[/article] It will be released on October 27.
In a [article id="1715536"]Twitter Q&A[/article] held over the weekend, Gaga dished to her Little Monsters what they should expect from the album. "I delved deep into my heart and mind and truly made a record that I wanted to listen to," she tweeted, adding this interesting revelation about the release, her [article id="1715575"]follow-up to 2011's Born This Way[/article]. "It is a complete and total transportation from pop culture as you know it into an explosion of art fantasy, rage and eros."