Lady Gaga Reveals What ARTPOP Means On Latest Album Tease: Listen Here

The Mother Monster gives fans yet another listen to her November 11 release.

Lady Gaga may have had a message for her critics on her duet with R. Kelly, "Do What U Want," but on ARTPOP's title track, she has some words for a potential lover.

"Come to me/ In all your glamour and cruelty / Just do that thing that you do/ And I'll undress you/ Give it time/ Sometimes the simplest move is right/ The melody that you choose/ Can rescue you," she sings on the bleepy, dark electric track. Later, she shares, "My ARTPOP could mean anything."

"We could, we could belong together/ ARTPOP/ We could, we could belong together/ ARTPOP/ We could, we could belong together/ ARTPOP/ ARTPOP/ ARTPOP."

Gaga will be releasing teasers in the lead-up to ARTPOP's November 11 release. With the title track's snippet out, Gaga will release two more preview songs on October 27 and November 4 before the album hits retailers next month. In addition to the teaser tracks, Gaga will formally release her next single, "Venus," on October 25.

While she has yet to share when a "Venus" music video for the track will drop, she did recently tease that it will be the first in a series of videos tied to this album release. "no maam it the beginning of ARTPOP TRILOGY ENDINGS TO COME!" she told a fan who asked if the video would be a continuation of her "Telephone" series.

If fans are wondering what the complete ARTPOP album will sound like, during the same Q&A, she shared, "it is a complete and total transportation from pop culture as you know it into an explosion of art fantasy, rage and eros."