After postponing the release of her upcoming music album Chromatica from April 10 to May 29 due to a coronavirus crisis, Lady Gaga has been teasing fans with new updates about her album. In a latest interview with Beats 1, Lady Gaga revealed that Chromatica would give a glimpse of their failed relationships from the past. The 34-year-old pop star suggests that her painful break-ups in the past were the inspiration behind her new music she wrote to help others go through the same.
Lady Gaga should have initially dropped her music album Chromatica on April 10. However, she took over her social media handle on March 7 and announced that she had extended the release date to May 29. Talking about Chromatica, she read the lyrics out loud for her new song titled Free Woman, “I’m not nothing without a steady hand, I’m not nothing unless I know I can. I’m still something if I don’t got a man, I’m a free woman.”
Chromatica also stars Ariana Grande and Elton John collaborating for a few songs. Recently, Lady Gaga shared a list of songs that will be a part of her album Chromatica. In addition to Elton and Grande, Blackpink also has collaborations on this list. Some of the songs on the list include Alice, Stupid Love, Rain on Me, Free Woman, Fun Tonight, Plastic Doll, 911, Enigma, and more.
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