Mark Ronson in studio with Lady Gaga and Kevin Parker
Mark Ronson has teased that he's working on new music with Lady Gaga and Tame Impala.
The 'Uptown Funk' hitmaker shared a photo of the 'Born This Way' hitmaker and Kevin Parker of the band in the studio on Sunday (22.05.16).
Alongside the picture posted on his Instagram, he cryptically captioned 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.
"She's never played guitar in public before. She's great on piano but guitar is something she is learning for this record. And she just smashed it. I showed her things and she's such a fast learner and as a performer her charisma is insane so she could have carried it anyway."
Ronson has also teased that the record will be "authentic and "analogue" and won't rely on digital or computer trickery.
He said: "She is a muso at heart. She's happiest when she is sat at a piano barking orders and that side of her I don't think the world has seen it. It is great to make this very honest, authentic analogue kind of record."
As for Kevin, he revealed he's working on new music at his very own studio in Perth, Australia, last month, which could mean the trio are working together there.
At the time he said: "I've got my own recording studio in Perth just down the road from where I live. So there are all sorts of things going on."