Lady Gaga’s Chromatica will feature ‘exciting duets’ and a ’true unicorn song’ and you can colour us intrigued
Lady Gaga gave fans a hint of what they can expect when her feverishly-anticipated sixth album Chromatica finally arrives on April 10.
Chromatica “is about kindness to everyone but also to yourself,” Lady Gaga told NRJ France, as she appeared to confirm a major fan theory.
“The album has very exciting duets,” she said.
“I do not want to give away too much but I am excited for you to hear it.”
Fans recently went into overdrive after Gaga and Ariana Grande started following each other social media, prompting many to believe they have collaborated for the new record.
Sadly for us all, NRJ didn’t ask the “Stupid Love” singer whether the rumour is true, but we’re taking her word as solid proof.
Lady Gaga continued by reflecting on the message of Chromatica, which she said is that “there is a way to change perspective about life”.
“The time spent in the studio was a celebration,” she added.
Chromatica collaborator Ryan Tedder says it ‘is the coolest’.
One of the lucky few to have heard the record is One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder.
In an interview with Official Charts, he admitted: “I’ve heard a few tunes and I was floored. It’s the coolest s**t that’s going to drop in 2020.”
Tedder teased a song that he worked on for the set, saying: “Trust me, it’s taking everything in me to not blurt it out because the song I was lucky enough to be apart of is a true unicorn song.
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“It’s a bucket list for me and when it comes out, you’ll understand why.
Gaga took her time and she’s killing it.
“I think she’s going to give a lot of people what they want.”
In other words, expect 12 bulletproof bangers and a “Shallow” reprise featuring Charlotte Awbery.
Lady Gaga releasing new book about LGBT+ youth.
As well as Chromatica, Gaga is also gearing up for the release of a new book celebrating LGBT+ youth.
Channel Kindness: Stories of Kindness and Community – co-authored by the star and her Born This Way Foundation, will tell real-life stories about “the quiet power of kindness.”
It will give a platform for young queer people to explain “how they felt, created safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth, and embraced kindness with every fiber of their being by helping others without the expectation of anything in return.”