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2 March 2020, 17:29 | Updated: 6 March 2020, 16:05
Lady Gaga's new album is dropping in 2020! And she's now confirmed it will be titled 'Chromatica'. Here's everything we know about it so far...
Lady Gaga burst onto the scene with her debut 'The Fame' in 2008. The hit record peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 and went on to sell over 15 million copies worldwide.
Fast forward to 2020, and Mother Monster is gearing up to drop her sixth studio album, 'Chromatica'. But what do we know about it so far? Is there a tracklist? What is the release date? Let's take a look...
The album is officially called 'Chromatica'.
Lady Gaga made the announcement in an Instagram account.
She titled the post: "Welcome to “Chromatica”, coming April 10. Pre-order now.
"This is not the album cover but we made it for you to enjoy in the meantime."
’Stupid Love’ is the lead single, which dropped on Friday 28th February.
The song leaked back in January and Mother Monster begged fans to ‘stop’ sharing it and wait for it to be released like the good old days.
Gaga also dropped a magnificent video to accompany the track and we're so here for this pink hair look...
Not yet! But we just know it’s going to be full of bangers.
Her previous albums, such as 'The Fame Monster' and 'Joanne', featured collaborations with the likes of Mark Ronson and Beyonce, so who knows who will pop up on LG6.
Speaking in an Instagram Live, Mark Ronson said: “I know that everybody who’s worked on it and has heard anything says it’ incredible and I don’t doubt it.
“All of her records are pretty f*****g iconic, she always does something unexpected.”
Yes, it's coming on April 10th and is available to pre-order now.
Gaga was pretty coy about her new project when asked about it during a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The talk show host said: “So you’re actively working on yourself all the time. When is the process of creating LG6 happening?”
“For years… not four years, but for years,” Gaga replied.
When asked if the album is definitely on its way, she said: “Uh-huh. Don’t worry, we’re having a self-care conversation, but I still am going to make music. Don’t worry!”