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Posted at 9:45 AM ET, 11/30/2010

Lady Gaga preps "greatest album of this decade"; David Lynch goes electro-pop; Raheem DeVaughn gets busy

By David Malitz

lady gagaLady Gaga is setting lofty goals for her next album. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

- At a weekend concert in Poland, Lady Gaga told her fans that upcoming album "Born This Way" would be "the greatest album of this decade." Now we just wait for Kanye West to say his next album will be the greatest of the century.

- David Lynch, the mind behind twisted classics such as "Twin Peaks," "Blue Velvet" and "Mulholland Drive" is now a recording artist. And he's not making cold wave or industrial music, but rather pleasant electro-pop. Lynch also collaborated with Danger Mouse and Mark Linkous on their "Dark Was the Night" album.

- Animal Collective will be back to a four-piece for the band's 2011 shows as Deakin returns to the fold after taking time off around the band's breakout 2009 album, "Merriweather Post Pavilion."

- Local R&B star Raheem DeVaughn is already hard at work on the follow-up to "The Love & War MasterPeace." It's titled "A Place Called Loveland" and will be out at some point in 2011. He also has a new mixtape out, "Jackin' 4 Beats," and a steamy, NSFW video for "She's Single."

By David Malitz  | November 30, 2010; 9:45 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Animal Collective, David Lynch, Lady Gaga, Raheem DeVaughn  
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