Gaga refuses to hype upcoming album + talks candidly about her support of Kesha

Lady Gaga is known for over-hyping hyping up her albums months/years before their release, but this time she is keeping all the details about her upcoming project under wraps. Speaking to Carson on AMP Radio this morning, Gaga said she wouldn't give out any details about the project.

"I'm actually working every day on my record and I will be done with it at some point. I feel like this is the time for me to spend with my music. For years, I had to do so many other things and keep up with so much to please people around me. And this is the first time I really get to spend with my work. It will be worth the wait."

"I've been writing since the day the artRAVE ended. I write every single day, but I write my own music. I don't wake up and someone sends me the list of the song I'm gonna go into the studio and record. I have to make it. You gotta give me some time!"

"I feel like Kesha's being very publicly shamed for something that happens in the music industry all the time to women and men," Gaga said. "I just wanted to stand by her side because I can't watch everyone have a go at her as if she's lying. I talk to her every day, and what I'm watching her go through is really devastating to witness. Somebody that has such a beautiful light within them, so much talent to give, to see that light burn out because they feel that no one's listening to them... I feel that it's my responsibility to stand up for her."

"We're not saying here that everyone has to act like [Dr. Luke] is the worst person that's ever existed. We're not asking the company to admit something. We're just asking them to do the right thing. This is almost a 30-year old woman who is a musician and an incredible talent. In any other business, if you were to report that anything happened to you to the human resources department, it would be dealt with. But we don't have a human resources department, we don't have a union as artists. If we don't stick together, our voices won't be heard."

Listen to Gaga's full interview @ the Source