Mark Ronson has shared a studio picture with Lady Gaga and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, hinting the pair have teamed up for Gaga’s next album.
Mark Ronson has teased that he’s working on new music with Lady Gaga and Tame Impala as he shared a snap on Instagram, he cryptically captioning it: “Illusion“. He also shared a picture of Parker on the drums with the caption “Crash“.
The posts suggest the Tame Impala frontman – who previously worked with Ronson on ‘Summer Breaking‘ and ‘Daffodils‘, which featured on his album ‘Uptown Special‘ – might be working with the superstar producer on tracks for Gaga’s eagerly-anticipated follow-up to 2013 ‘Artpop‘ LP.
The pair were spotted standing over a Korg synthesiser and on the left hand side of the picture is producer BloodPop, who has worked with an array of pop stars including Grimes and Justin Bieber. The 40-year-old star previously revealed he’s been teaching Gaga, 30, how to play guitar for her fifth record.
Talking about the pair’s duet of ‘Burning Down The House’ at a recent Met Gala after-party, he shared: “I’ve been working with Lady Gaga for the past few months on her upcoming record and I am blown away by her talent and her voice.
As for Kevin, he revealed he’s working on new music at his very own studio in Perth, last month, which could mean the trio are working together there.