(X) Lady Gaga shows off her slim figure in a tiny crop top and hot shorts

She is known for her daring, racy outfits when she performs onstage. So Lady Gaga was certainly not afraid to flash serious skin as she promoted her new single and ‘personal’ fifth album in New York on Monday.

Dressed in a tiny pair of black shorts, the 30-year-old crooner left little to the imagination as she headed to the Z100 Radio Studios, with much of her slender body exposed.

If you’ve got it, flaunt it: Lady Gaga, 30, left little to the imagination on Monday as she headed to the Z100 Radio Studios, New York in a barely-there crop top and shorts ensemble

Pulling up to the studios in a vintage dark green convertible car the star, real name Stefani Germanotta, exuded her effortlessly cool style from the very start of the day.

Little monsters: She stopped to sign plenty of autographs and take photos with her adoring fans

Lady Gaga takes Snapchat fans with her on her NYC adventure

Grazing across her bust, the top rode up to reveal a glimpse of her black bra as she waved at fans.

Finishing her look with chunky black laced boots and retro rounded shades, the star epitomised casual-chic as she headed to Z100 for another interview.

It seems the barely-there shorts and crop top look is a current favourite of the singer’s – rocking similar ensembles in Europe last week as she promoted her new single.

The Grammy award winning singer co-wrote the song with Mark Ronson, Kevin Parker and BloodPop.

The star later took to her Snapchat to reveal her joy at the reception her new hit has garnered.

Lady Gaga shared a photo of herself proudly rocking her smeared eye makeup following her emotional moment.

However after her return to the charts this week, Lady Gaga revealed that she’s still getting pharmaceutical help – having admitted to taking medication for with mental illness after her 2013 album.

And while she deems her fame ‘the single greatest blessing of my artistic career’, the Grammy-winning superstar continues to take care of herself behind the scenes.

With the release of her new chart-topping single, fans are eagerly anticipating the release of her as-yet-unnamed album.

Personal touch: The star, seen with ex Taylor Kinney in February, said that her new single Perfect Illusion is about love, amid speculation the song was aimed at her failed relationship with the Chicago Fire actor

And the musician has revealed in an interview with the Daily Star that the record will cover many areas of her personal life.

‘I’ve been betrayed by all types of people in my life and thought an illusion was put out to bait me in some kind of way,’ she said. ‘There’s a lot of rage on the album.

‘There’s going to be a lot of personal things on that record that are written through the lyrics and the music.’

She said the song – which features a chorus bellowing, ‘It wasn’t love, it wasn’t love, it was a perfect illusion’ – delves into dynamics found in ‘all kinds of relationships’ men and women have, both romantic and otherwise.

‘I think it’s both sides: it’s not really from the woman’s perspective, this song. It was important to me that men, when they heard this song, felt connected to women even though the song is essentially about a barrier between us,’ said the singer, who had a major hit centered on love life woes with 2009’s Bad Romance.

The Manhattan native said the single delves into people’s perceptions that ‘so many fake things that are around us appear to be real,’ as ‘it’s almost impossible to decipher anymore what is authentic and what isn’t.’

The song also touches on how social media has had a warping effect on the way people interact with one another, according to Lady Gaga.

‘So I say in this song, “dilated falling free in this modern ecstasy,” and that’s what Perfect Illusion is all about,’ said the multi-platinum diva, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta.

The singer said she was ‘kind of in shock, to be honest’ upon learning the single had rocketed to the top spot on iTunes after its debut Friday.

Dazzling in denim: The Paparazzi singer’s candor and expressiveness are a big hit with her fan base, who she’s nicknamed the ‘Little monsters’

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