Lady Gaga has declared a new release date for her awaited album ‘Chromatica.’ once delayed album Chromatica will finally see the light of day on May 29.
The album, fed by the hit single, “Stupid Love,” was initially slated for an April 10 arrival, but the singer postponed it as the coronavirus effects bulldozed the music industry. Taking to Twitter, the singer fascinated fans as she wrote: ‘The journey continues. You can officially join me on #Chromatica on May 29.
The album features collaborate with legends from across pop culture, including Elton John, Ariana Grande, and Blackpink, making sure there’s a song for every kind of girl, gay, and they. Lady Gaga and Blood Pop executive produced the album formerly known as LG6, which features 16 songs, three of which are called “Chromatica.”
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 canceled due to the pandemic, but she expected to announce additional dates to her Park MGM residency.
Gaga did have other duties on her desk besides album promotion, namely helping curate and fund raise for Global Citizen’s “One World: Together at Home” special.