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Lady Gaga Announces Release Date For New Album 'Chromatica'
It's official: Lady Gaga is dropping her new album, Chromatica, on April 10.
She just revealed the title and date on social media this morning, after teasing "LG6," a.k.a. her sixth studio album, for some time.
The follow-up to 2016's Joanne features her new song "Stupid Love," an electronic-infused pop song about the kind of love that you want so bad. "I would battle for you," she sings. "Not sorry, I want your stupid love."
The pop icon dropped the single along with the music video late February. The electronic pop song's music video, shot on an iPhone, is an otherworldly battle for power.
Gaga took some time "off" to work on her makeup line and star alongside Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born. The two won GRAMMYs in 2019 for the film's soundtrack, including for their duet on "Shallow." Another soundtrack cut, "I'll Never Love Again," earned Gaga another win, for Best Song Written For Visual Media at the 62nd GRAMMYs earlier this year.
Pre-order Chromatica here.