The collaboration between the queens of K-Pop and Lady Gaga could become a reality
has been preparing for several months their sixth studio album “Chromatica”, which has released an alleged list of songs that includes a collaboration with BLACKPINK and another with
It was in social media where it was published the photo that supposedly corresponds to the back of the album in its physical version.
This image is making the fans of the singers enloquezcan faced with the possibility of listening to Gaga and to the performers of “Kill This Love” together in the song “Sour Candy”.
Lady Gaga’s sixth album — Tracklist
RAIN ON ME with ARIANA GRADNE
SOUR CANDY with BLACKPINK
SINE FROM ABOVE with ELTON JOHN
LOVE ME RIGHT pic.twitter.com/LkDgQQ6g55
— Lady Gaga Views (@LG_Views) April 22, 2020
In the photograph also appears the name of Ariana Grande in “Rain on Me”; there is also a third collaboration, “Sine ” From Above”, with Elton John.
Until the time, Lady Gaga has not confirmed that this will be the tracklist of “Chromatica”, but remember that YG Entertainment, the producer of the group’s south Korean, not denied nor confirmed the fact.
“They are working on many projects. It is difficult to confirm this information at this point, so please wait for the official announcement,” said YG.
“Chromatica”, the sixth studio album of
, I was going to go out into the world the next 10 of April, but the singer decided to postpone it due to the global crisis of health which is lived by the
. The date has not yet been confirmed by the interpreter “
“I have taken the difficult decision to postpone the premiere of ‘Chromatica’ (…). Times are difficult for many of us and I think that art is one of the things stronger that we have to promote happiness and healing in times like these. I don’t feel that is right to launch this album with everything that is going on during the global pandemic,” said the singer of 33 years, who organized the concert Together at Home with Global Citizen to raise money to benefit those affected by the coronavirus.