ALBUM REVIEW: Lady Gaga returns to the dancefloor on 'Chromatica'

Carla Harmon
May 29, 2020

This release comes exactly 24 hours before "Chromatica" is available universally, and serves as the albums first and only promotional song.

Lady Gaga also talked about her collaboration with BLACKPINK for the song Sour Candy with Japanese Publication, TV Groove.


The song features production from the 'Poker Face' singer's frequent collaborator BloodPop and BURNS (Britney Spears, Ellie Goulding).

"You love paparazzi, you love fame / Even though you know it hurts me", Gaga sang in a verse. The candid Joanne came next and then, of course, the multiple Grammy Award-winning A Star Is Born soundtrack, which saw Gaga reach cross-industry heights no pop star had ever reached before. "I'm hard on the outside, but if you give me time, then I could make time for your love". Although she didn't flat-out say whether or not the song was about Christian, she did admit that it's a really hard track for her to hear, due to the difficult subject matter. Elsewhere, "Replay" opens with Gaga posing the question, "who was it that pulled the trigger, was it you or I?", before blasting the notion away with another pounding drop. Do you want a real taste? In a recent interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Lady Gaga described the album as being about healing and perseverance - about "dancing through pain", as she put while detailing her struggles with mental health. "We love you so so much". Blackpink has also revealed on several occasions their dream collaborations including Ariana Grande and Halsey.


The album released today.

It's officially Chromatica week, and the bops are raining down!


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