Lady Gaga said she wrote ''the greatest music I've ever written'', which she said will be the first single off her next album, when she was in Liverpool.
Lady GaGa said she wrote "the anthem for our generation" when she was in Liverpool.
The 'Telephone' singer was so inspired by the English city - which is where pop legends The Beatles hail from -when she visited during the recent UK leg of her 'The Fame Monster' tour she wrote what she is planning to be the first single from her next album.
Gaga wrote on fan site Gagadaily.com: "I've already written the first single for the new album and I promise you, that this album is the greatest of my career. It is the anthem for our generation.
"I wrote it for you because of you, when I was in Liverpool, I wrote the greatest music I've ever written."
She also revealed that she has chosen a title for her forthcoming second full album, but didn't want to spoil the surprise of what it is called yet.
Gaga, 24 - who frequently refers to her fans as 'Little Monsters' - added: "I love you, I have to go now. You are my little monster angels
"Your love is my inspiration, and the new album is for you. I'll come back soon and announce the album title, I dont want to spoil it yet!"
Gaga is presently on the Australian leg of her 'The Fame Monster' tour, which will then make its way to Japan, and then back to the US where it will conclude in September.