After the Queen of Pop™ previously postponed her 6th studio album (initially set for April 10) in the wake of the pandemic, she has officially confirmed the highly anticipated LP's new release date.
"The journey continues," Gaga tweeted. "You can officially join me on #Chromatica on May 29."
In place of Chromatica's original release, Gaga helped organize the 'Together at Home' virtual concert event as a tribute to healthcare workers fighting on the front lines. The televised special raised nearly $128 million for first-responders and medical workers.
Also joining Gaga on Chromatica — alongside producers and songwriters like BloodPop, Max Martin, Tchami, Boys Noize, BURNS, Justin Tranter, and more — are featured artists Ariana Grande, BLACKPINK, and Elton John.
me leaving the earth to join lady gaga on chromatica pic.twitter.com/GVCOaMYLOA— LOUISE (@alluregaga) May 6, 2020
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