After massive anticipation and a postponed release date, today Lady Gaga has finally unveiled her masterpiece of an album, Chromatica.
Returning to the dance-pop formula that first made her famous, Gaga’s newest effort comes at a time when the world needs an uptempo list. With the majority tracks set to four-on-the-floor beat, the Interscope Records-released project plays with the energy of tracks dropped before the Joanne and A Star Is Born eras. Collaborating with the likes of BloodPop, Burns and Axwell, the collection of tunes display high-flying energy and bold, juicy choruses.
The song selections hold significant meaning, as “Fun Tonight” reflects a mounting disconnection between the New York native’s professional power and personal sadness, while “1000 Doves” delivers a plea for salvation that spills into a shimmering workout. However, the album is not just for fun, as it addresses significant issues that affect the singer and the world as a whole. Fans who’ve waited for Chromatica will not be disappointed so have a listen below.
While Lady Gaga fans had to wait a bit longer than expected, in the interim they were treated to singles, “Stupid Love” and the Ariana Grande collaboration “Rain On Me” accompanied by a video and a spin-off Weather Channel spoof that can be seen here.
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