Lady Gaga / Chromatica / Out 29th May!

Following the recent postponement of Lady Gaga’s hotly-anticipated sixth studio album, Chromatica, which was originally scheduled for release on the 10th April, but was hampered due to the coronavirus pandemic which has since affected the entire world, Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album is set to be released on the 29th May, which comes just after the 9th Anniversary of her sophomore album, Born This Way, which was released on the 23rd May 2011.

I’m happy I waited patiently because it’s never an easy decision when you have to delay an album release, especially in the wake of a pandemic like this, but at the same time, I appreciate Lady Gaga for the fact she has put the health and well-being of everyone around the world first before her album release, as the One World: Together at Home Virtual Concert that was hosted by Global Citizen and curated by Lady Gaga which streamed online raised nearly $128 million.

I’m excited for Chromatica to be released as it has been four years since Joanne, and with Stupid Love being the pinnacle of Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album, Chromatica has a promising stance, as she states: “In Chromatica no one thing is greater than another.

That is a positive and energetic call to arms considering that in a world that is strife with inequality, not to mention with the current pandemic affecting the world on a global scale, we need some good to come from all this, and Lady Gaga is set to make this happen by helping to share the love and positive energy to keep us all going.

Are you excited for Chromatica?

I’m bursting with excitement to hear Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album, and I’ll be making a point of reviewing the album as soon as I’ve listened to it on the 29th May!

Alex Smithson

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