The Dawn of Chromatica is coming on September 3!!!
Lady Gaga has blessed us today with the surprise announcement of the tracklist and release date for her hugely anticipated Chromatica remix album, and we are STANNING all this talent!
The tracklist reveals remixes by some of our favorite queer and trans artists, including Arca, Pabllo Vittar, Rina Sawayama, and LSDXOXO, as well as other faves like Bree Runway and pop icon Charli XCX.
The entire remix album is produced by Bloodpop, and also features remixes by Coucou Chloe, Ashnikko, Shygirl, Mura Masa, Doss, Chester Lockhart, Mood Killer, and Lil Texas, Planningtorock, Jimmy Edgar, Hause Labs, and Dorian Electra.
The remix album has been hugely anticipated, especially after Chromatica producer Bloodpop started teasing it online. Back in April, he sent out a tweet asking fans which artists they’d like to see on a remix version of the album.
The first artist confirmed for the album was Dorian Electra, but shortly after that, at the red carpet for the Brit Awards, Sawayama also spilled that she worked on the album. “Well, the wish is on the internet, and I’ve done my bit, let's just say that,” she replied when asked about fans’ desire for her to be on the remix album. “And it’s in the works, and it’s a song that was hard to sing with my new braces.” That song turned out to be “Free Woman.”
This isn’t Gaga’s only project coming out soon. She also has a collaborative Cole Porter tribute album with Tony Bennett, Love for Sale, coming out October 1. This is her second album with Bennett, and is stated to be Bennett’s last album.
The superstar also announced that she’ll be returning to her Jazz & Piano Las Vegas Residency this fall. Gaga will be playing jazz standards at the Park MGM from October 14-31.
It’s a busy year for Gaga, as she’s also starring in the upcoming film House of Gucci. Gaga is already getting Oscar buzz for her portrayal of Patrizia Reggiani, who was charged with ordering the murder of her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci. The film is directed by Ridley Scott and also stars Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek, and Adam Driver. House of Gucci hits theaters November 24.