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.