Lady Gaga declares emergency as she rushes release of new single Applause

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Gaga declared it a 'pop music emergency' on Twitter

Lady Gaga naked Artpop promo

© Twitter / Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has rushed the release of her new single, Applause after several snippets of the track were released on YouTube.

Applause is the singer's first new material since 2011 and was originally intended to be released on 19 August. Gaga urged her fans to stay away from on-line leaks

"A pop music emergency is underway 911," Gaga tweeted.

"911 summon the monster troupers."

The single was released on iTunes and a promotional video was put up on Vevo.



Gaga then tweeted, "Due to hackers an abundance of low/high quality leaks... we issue this pop music emergency... monsters spread the word."

She also gave fans something else to look forward to in a new promotional picture for her upcoming album.

Lady Gaga's new image promoting ARTPOP

© Twitter/Lady Gaga

She captioned the picture, "Here is a photo to accompany this emergency."



When low quality clips appeared on-line on Saturday, Gaga tweeted, "Lord, in Heaven why. You just couldn't wait this is too much for one Saturday."

Lady Gaga is the most recent artist to have material leaked - following Beyonce, Jay Z and Katy Perry. David Bowie is the the only artist of 2013's major releases to keep his album under wraps.

The music video for Applause is due to be released next Monday (19 August) while Gaga will perform the song at the MTV Video Music Awards on 25 August.

Listen to the song Applause below...



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