Lady Gaga and BLACKPINK gives us ‘Sour Candy’ on their new track

Ready to take a break from all the doom and gloom and put your dancing shoes on?

Well…it looks like Lady Gaga’s new album is going to choke-full of upbeat dancey tunes, much like her first few albums. (We’re paraphrasing what she had said in past interviews.)

On Thursday (May 28), the single unleashed another new song just a few hours ahead of her much-anticipated new album’s release.

Titled “Sour Candy,” the two-and-a-half-minutes finds Gaga joining forces with K-Pop sensation BLACKPINK.

Listen to “Sour Candy” above.

“Sour Candy” joins previously released tracks “Rain on Me” and “Stupid Love” on Lady Gaga’s upcoming sixth studio album, Chromatica.

Chromatica is due out tomorrow, Friday, May 29.

Lady Gaga joins forces with Ariana Grande for ‘Rain on Me’

UPDATE (May 22: 1:55 PM EST):

A rain-centric dance party that looks straight out of an industrial night club in the 90s?


Check out Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s music video for “Rain on Me” above.

ORIGINAL (May 22, 9:36 AM EST):

What happens when two of pop music’s biggest stars join forces on a new song? You get one depression-busting, night-club-banging hit.

On Friday (May 22) Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande unveiled their long awaited collaboration. Titled “Rain on Me,” the three-minute track has all the making of a soon-to-be Top 20 hit that will having you dancing in your living rooms (whether you like it or not).

Like “Stupid Love,” “Rain on Me” sounds like a refined version of Gaga’s earlier albums with its dancey beats and catchy lyrics.

Listen to “Rain on Me” above.

Last week, the duo announced the released of their collaboration by unveiling the single’s album art. The cover art featured Gaga dressed up like her Chromatica character while Grande was sporting a Chromatica version of her normal outfits.

As per Gaga, the official music video for “Rain on Me” is due out later today.

“Rain on Me” will join “Stupid Love” on Lady Gaga’s upcoming sixth studio album, Chromatica. Chromatica is due out next Friday, May 29.

Lady Gaga to take ‘Chromatica’ on the road during the summer

When Lady Gaga invited us to Chromatica, she was not kidding.

On Thursday (March 5), the pop star announced plans to take her futuristic world (aka her new studio album) on the road later this summer for a couple of weeks. Dubbed the Chromatica Ball Tour (you know, her usual tour naming convention), the upcoming excursion will include six stops; two in Europe and four in North America.

The Chromatica Ball Tour begins on July 24 in Paris and concludes on Aug. 19 in New Jersey.

The two European shows include the Stade de France in Paris on July 24 and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on July 30.

Gaga will then cross the pond for the four North American gigs, which include Boston’s Fenway Park on Aug. 5, Toronto’s Rogers Centre on Aug. 9, Chicago’s Wrigley Field on Aug. 14, and East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium on Aug. 19.

Tickets for Paris, London, and Toronto go on sale next Friday, March 13. The remaining gigs (Boston, Chicago, and East Rutherford) go on sale Monday, March 16.

Every ticket purchased for the North American stops will include a CD copy of Chromatica. As if that wasn’t enough, Gaga also revealed that for every United States show, $1 from each ticket will be donated to her Born This Way Foundation.

Now that’s how you give back to your Little Monsters.

Last week, Lady Gaga confirmed the upcoming release of their sixth studio album. Titled Chromatica, the record is due out April 10 through Interscope Records.

Pre-orders for Chromatica are available here. Most of the Chromatica bundles include a digital version of the forthcoming studio effort.

Before announcing the new album, Gaga gave her fans a taste of the record with its lead single, “Stupid Love.”


July 24 – Paris, France – Stade de France
July 30 – London, UK – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Aug. 5 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park
Aug. 9 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre
Aug. 14 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
Aug. 19 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium

Lady Gaga welcomes us to ‘Chromatica’ with new studio album

Lady Gaga will like to welcome you all to the world of Chromatica!

Well, at least we think that’s what she’s doing.

On Monday (March 2), the singer officially confirmed the much-theorized title and release date of her highly anticipated sixth studio album. Titled Chromatica (as many of us guessed), the record is due out April 10.

Yes, guys. In about five weeks we will have new Lady Gaga songs blasting through our headphones.

Pre-orders for Chromatica are available here. There is currently a slew of pre-order options to satisfy every Little Monster budget, with most of them including a digital version of the forthcoming studio effort. Now, keep in mind, many of the bundles are limited edition, so act fast because we all know Gaga’s Little Monsters are going to sink their claws into them ASAP.

Lady Gaga has also revealed that the current album cover attached to the new record is not the official cover.

Oh no, why would Gaga give that up so soon? Instead, the songstress has revealed that the album cover will be unveiled at a later date.

Last week, Lady Gaga made her official return to her pop music roots by unleashing Chromatica’s lead single, “Stupid Love.”

Throughout the weeklong publicity stunt, fans began to speculate whether the singer’s new album would be titled Chromatica. The word appeared on a Hollywood billboard announcing the release date for “Stupid Love.”

Then, it appeared throughout the “Stupid Love” music video in the lower right corner of the screen and on the final shot of the clip.

Lady Gaga’s last studio album was 2016’s Joanne.

If we’re taking the “A Star is Born” soundtrack into consideration, then the 2018 release was Gaga’s last set of new tunes.

Watch: Lady Gaga becomes a dystopia mediator in ‘Stupid Love’

Is Lady Gaga’s upcoming sixth studio album going to be a return to its dance-tinged pop music? If her latest single is any indication, then the answer is a resounding “hell yeah!”

On Friday (Feb. 28), the pop star released her much-anticipated new solo single “Stupid Love.” Like tracks from her debut and sophomore record, “Stupid Love” finds Gaga returning to what made her a top 20 and nightclub staple with dancey beats and catchy lyrics (we heard it once and have “I want your stupid love, love” stuck in our heads).

To coincide with the song’s release, the songstress also unveiled its music video, which was shot entirely using an iPhone 11 Pro (if that isn’t an endorsement in disguise, then we don’t know what is).

The Daniel Askill-directed clip begins with a graphic describing how the “world rots in conflict” and how it has led to many tribes battling for dominance of their domain. We’re also given a short introduction to the Spiritual one “who pray and sleep for peace” and the Kindness punks who “fight for chromatica” (What is chromatica? Is it the album’s title? Is it a place?).

The rest of the clip primarily features the tribes battling it out in the middle of a desert while Gaga and her bright pink-dressed squad show up to diffuse the hairy situations since we should all be working together, not fighting each other. And also, doesn’t music and dancing bring people together?

Watch the music video for “Stupid Love” above.

“Stupid Love” is the first single off Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated new studio effort. Though the record has yet to be given a formal title or release date, Little Monsters have been speculating that it will be titled Chromatica.

Would you blame them? The word was featured on the “Stupid Love” billboard earlier this week and appears throughout the music video in the lower right corner and on the final screen before the video ends.

Lady Gaga’s last studio album was 2016’s Joanne. If we’re taking the “A Star is Born” soundtrack into consideration, then the 2018 release was Gaga’s last set of new tunes.