Lady Gaga’s sixth album, “Chromatica,” will land May 29.
The album, fueled by the hit single, “Stupid Love,” was originally slated for an April 10 arrival, but the singer postponed it as the coronavirus effects bulldozed the music industry.
“Chromatica” features collaborations with Ariana Grande (“Rain on Me”), K-pop group Blackpink (“Sour Candy”) and longtime friend and mentor Elton John (“Sine from Above”). The 16-track release is produced by Bloodpop and Lady Gaga.
The album will be available as a standard CD and various colors of vinyl and cassettes. Lady Gaga has also launched a new merchandise line at www.ladygaga.com, where fans can also buy an exclusive vinyl color of the new album, which is available for pre-order.
Lady Gaga has a handful of North American dates for her “Chromatica Ball” tour scheduled for August. Her April and May “Enigma” shows in Las Vegas were canceled due to the pandemic, but she is expected to announce additional dates to her Park MGM residency.
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