After departing from his sound-electropop with Joanne of 2016 and A Star is Born-2018, Lady Gaga is ready to just dance with their new album, due out on Friday.
Chromatica includes the animated simple, Stupid Love and Rain on Me with Ariana Grande. Elton John and band female K-pop Blackpink also participate in the album, which was originally going to be launched in April, however was postponed due to the pandemic of coronavirus.
“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…,” said Gaga in march, when he announced the postponement of the premiere.
Other premieres. Originally planned to debut at the festival South by Southwest, #OUTLOUD Raising Voices will come to Facebook this week to begin the Month of Gay Pride, that technically starts on Monday.
The concert series of ten episodes will last five weeks and will include performances by Kesha, Greyson Chance, Betty Who, Wrabel, the Aces, among other artists. Will be transmitted by Facebook on Wednesday and Thursday from 19:00. (E)