Lady Gaga's sixth studio album, Chromatica, is set to drop on April 10, and of course fans are freaking out over new music. In a recent interview with Paper, the 33-year-old Grammy winner offered the first real details about her forthcoming album, which will built off "Stupid Love," the album's first single that dropped last month. She even graced the cover of the mag, with the stunning photographs showing her bare body covered in electrical wires and robotic accessories, like some kind of transformative automaton-human hybrid.
In her cover story, Gaga revealed she has recorded a major duet with a prominent woman in the music industry on a dance bop that serves as a "celebration of all the tears" both have experienced as celebrities dealing with personal trauma. The singer elaborated, "I sat with her and we talked about our lives. It's two women having a conversation about how to keep going and how to be grateful for what you do."
Gaga's music has always been bold and vibrant, with a different anthem to suit any one of your needs, whether that is spending the night dancing with your friends or on your bedroom floor lamenting over heartbreak. For Chromatica, her motivation was to focus on happiness and stay away from the other emotions to make people turn those frowns upside down. "I will do whatever it takes to make the world dance and smile," she said. "I want to put out a record that forces people to rejoice even in their saddest moments."
Whenever and wherever Lady Gaga comes on the radio, I'm turning it up so that I can sing along, so I absolutely cannot wait for this new mystery collab!