Lady Gaga confirmed the title and release date for the sixth studio album, which includes the single “Stupid Love”, released Friday.
The artist announced on Twitter that the upcoming album is entitled “Chromatica”, as was speculated by fans in recent months, and that it will be released on April 10.
The record will include 16 tracks, Gaga is executive producer, and Michael Tucker (Bloodpop) is producer and songwriter.
The image she posted in the message on Twitter is not the cover of the album, the singer said. “I did it to enjoy her in the meantime.”
Considering the single “Stupid Love”, with this album – the first from the soundtrack for the movie “A Star is Born” (2018) – it returns to the dance-pop genre that has dedicated it.
Lady Gaga (Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta), born March 28, 1986, is a singer, songwriter and music producer, but also an actress. She debuted in 2008 with “The Fame”, and her albums have been sold to approximately 30 million children worldwide. She was awarded an Oscar in 2019 for the play “Shallow” and included among the members of the American Film Academy. Throughout his career, he has won 11 Grammys out of 27 nominations.