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  1. Which Chromatica song is your favorite? 1. Chromatica I 2. Alice 3. Stupid Love 4. Rain On Me (w/ Ariana Grande) 5. Free Woman 6. Fun Tonight 7. Chromatica II 8. 911 9. Plastic Doll 10. Sour Candy (w/ BLACKPINK) 11. Enigma 12. Replay 13. Chromatica III 14. Sine From Above (w/ Elton John) 15. 1000 Doves 16. Babylon 17. Love Me Right (bonus song) 18. 1000 Doves (piano demo) (bonus song)
  2. ANY LADY GAGA HATERS WHO ARE AS HATEFUL AS THE COMMENTS UNDER THIS TWEET WHO TRIES TO HIJACK THIS THREAD WILL TURN INTO A PIÑATA LIKE LADY GAGA IN THIS CHROMATICA THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY VIDEO! TRY ME! Anyways Gaga liked this tweet Related:
  3. New Chromatica embossed crewnecks, and the Chromatica tri-fold vinyl are available for pre-order, and ordering on Gaga's online shop. ⚔️❤️ It's safe to say that the era is restarting! https://shop.ladygaga.com/
  4. I know this is posted a day late, but it's better late than never. https://www.papermag.com/lady-gaga-chromatica-2645479910.html In this interview with Paper Mag, Gaga talked about Chromatica, about how hackers leaked Stupid Love before it came out, and explained that was the main reason she wanted to go ahead, and make it the lead single from Chromatica among other things like fibromyalgia, healing power of music, mental health, and so much more. The photoshoot, she did with Paper Mag, is also one of the best ones she's done thus far.
  5. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/cubs-announce-2021-dates-for-wrigley-field-concerts-postponed-due-to-covid/2463262/%3famp
  6. BURNS did an AMA on the r/electronicmusic subreddit yesterday, and a lot of the questions that were asked were about Chromatica. Here are some of the questions? QUESTION: Could I ask about what working on LG6/chromatica was like in terms of designing the themes and sound? Did you have any specific ideas and inspirations going in or were you following LG’s plan for the world you were creating sonically? QUESTION: For those who are unfamiliar with your work- If you had to pick 3 songs by yourself as a way to introduce yourself, which 3 would you pick? Is there a song that you've made over the course of your career that you're most proud of? QUESTION: Loved your work on Chromatica last year. How was it like the making of the album? Were there many changes from the initial ideas until the final product, like was it a completely different genre or style? How was it like to work with Lady Gaga? Did you also work in Chromatica tracks that didn't make the cut? QUESTION: What production of yours are you most proud of? QUESTION: I wanted to ask how you came up with the idea of sampling Diana Ross' "It's My House" on Replay. Was it something that was present since you first began working on the song or was it added later in the mix? BURNS also talked about the making of Make Me... with Britney. QUESTION: Hi Burns, loved your production with the pop girlies. I would love to hear your process with working on Make Me with Britney.
  7. https://americansongwriter.com/lady-gaga-interview-legends-issue/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1615219936
  8. A year ago today, Gaga announced the title of LG6 as Chromatica, and preorders went live on her web stores. She also posted temporary artwork until she decided to share the official album cover art. Related:
  9. As part of 2021's Record Store Day, they will be releasing a Chromatica vinyl record with a jacket sleeve. The new deluxe tri-fold vinyl will feature a yellow vinyl with all original 16 tracks, a 28 page LP size booklet, and a 40 page fanzine with a Chromatica tracklist sticker. A second edition with a "regular" black vinyl in a jacket sleeve will drop later on. https://ladygaganow.net/news/2021-gaga-vinyl-summer-chromatica/
  10. It's basically the Babylon audio, I'm dead! Go show this guy some love, it's a silly but genius little video!:
  11. Lady Gaga's team reportedly submitted Chromatica track "Alice" to the GRAMMYs in the "Best Dance Recording" category. There's also a few other nominations Little Monsters are speculating about: Chromatica Album of the Year Best Pop Vocal Album Best Engineered Album (non classical) "Rain On Me" Record of the Year Song of the Year Best Pop Duo / Group Performance Best Music Video "Stupid Love" Best Pop Solo Performance "Alice" Best Dance Recording Thoughts, Exhale?!
  12. Lady Gaga just released a short film for her next Chromatica single, "911." There's SO much symbolism in it. LadyGagaNow put together a thread explaining all of the imagery and what it means. See that below the video. Thoughts, Exhale?!
  13. The Chromatica era is largely considered a fan favorite album - and a critical darling. But is the era over?? Stupid Love had some success, Rain On Me went #1, and 911 is not getting any promo. Is it even a single? Also, Gaga is not doing any music promo. In the midst of a very heated US election year, she is really focusing on her Haus Labs makeup line. What is going on in Gaga land????
  14. Now that I've had a week to sink my teeth into Chromatica, I'm beginning to uncover meaning behind this string of super sonic somber songs. I'd like to unpack the symbology in "Replay," the album's disco-tinged dance floor banger. At first glance, I thought "Replay" detailed one of Gaga's harrowing relationships between herself and a toxic former flame. But there's something I thought of that shifted my entire perception of the song, and now I can't see it any other way. Gaga's repeated use of the word "monster" in the track feels deliberate and intentional. She could've used any word in the world, why "monster?" First, let's take a glance at the history of the word in the Gaga universe. You may recall Gaga featured a song titled "Monster" on The Fame Monster. In the intro of the song, Gaga says "don't call me Gaga." She sings about a boy who "ate her heart," and recklessly consumed her emotions. The Fame Monster coined the term Gaga fans go by: Little Monsters. In the past, Gaga has described death, alcohol and drugs as monsters. In other words, Gaga has a complicated love-hate relationship with monsters. In her new song, "Replay," Gaga sings about trauma, and I can't help but think she's subtly singing about her super stardom. In her new interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Gaga said being so famous gives her a little anxiety about the public. "Replay" also details her experience with PTSD. Can you imagine everyone in the world knowing who you are? And wanting something from you? How guilty are most of us chanting WHERE IS LG6? WE WANT LG6. WE DON'T WANT JOANNE WE WANT DANCE FLOOR BANGERS. Gaga came through with Chromatica, but at a cost? Check out some of the lyrics from "Replay." View them through the lens as if she is undoubtedly taking about her fame and the demands fans place upon her. It's wild. I want to preface this by saying that I don't think Gaga is saying she hates her fans, her career or her stardom. She obviously LOVES and adores her fans. There is no denying that. However, we just can't understand what it's like to be so famous. That fame is energized and expanded through her loyal supporters. I imagine it's a bit of a double-edged sword. This is not exclusive to Gaga, rather all hyper-famous people. I also want to say this is my own perspective on the song. Music takes all sorts of shapes, so while I may see this as a stance on the dark sides of fame and fans, others may see "Replay" as Gaga's response to a bad romance. After I had my own revelation about "Replay," I grew to love the song so much more. I can't imagine being Gaga-level famous, nor having that amount of fans. While she is so blessed and fortunate, that amount of celebrity could feel like a mental prison. What do you think about "Replay?"
  15. Do you guys think Chromatica will age badly? Or do you think it’ll stay fresh? I love Chromatica, though Discuss
  16. After a couple of weeks of being MIA, Gaga returned with heaps of new Chromatica content. She announced Gaga Radio, might have a music video with Elton John in the works and shared a behind-the-scenes clip making the music video for "Rain On Me" alongside her pint-sized pop star peer, Ariana Grande. The hard work, the dedicated, the talent, the brilliance... This was super fun to watch. Exhale, is "Rain On Me" the gift that keeps on giving? The answer is yes.
  17. Well 2021 would be a iconic year for gaga, because she's got a lot of success back with #Chromatica, 13 Years from the fame ORIGINAL , 12 From the Fame Monster, 10 From Born This Way, 8 years for Artpop and 5 From Joanne. So Its one of the most expected shows, we know Joanne world tour not finished as we wanted, So I Think the setlist would be into this very GP Setlist + Fan Favs + Mixing the 4 Past Albums , I know may look as a cut show, but Gaga shows aren't than longer Chromatica Intro "Looking 4 Wonderland" Marry The Night 1. Alice 3m 2. Dance In The Dark 2m 30s 3. Sour Candy 3m 4. Scheibe/Judas 4m 30s Government Hooker Video Intro 5. Born This Way 4m Chromatica 2 "911 interlude" 6. Aura 4m 7. Stupid Love 3m Medley 11 Years Of Fame Video Intro "Beautiful Dirty Rich" 8. Telephone / PokerFace /Alejandro 4m 50s 9. Bad Romance 5m Vogue Video Intro 10. Babylon 2m 45s 11. Dancing In Circles 3m 30s Inside a Chromatic Heart 12. Joanne/Shallow 5m 13. Million Reasons 3m 30s 14. Replay 3m The Fame Video Intro 15. LoveGame /Perfect Illusion/ You And I / Ayo 5m Chromatica 3 "The Last" 16. Sine From Above 4m 17. Artpop / 1000 Doves 4m 30s Encore "The Edge Of Glory" 18. Just Dance 4m 19. Rain On Me 3m Outro Free Woman Studio Concepts (Not Mine but uploaded by other users)
  18. Lady Gaga posted footage from her Chromatica photoshoot. She soundtracked it to "Sine From Above" with Elton John. Elton John also recently posted a video in front of a green screen. Do you guys think it’s a new single? Related:
  19. With the Grammy's coming up early next year and Taylor's folklore being a sure frontrunner, do you think she will enter the album for Pop categories or Alternative? Can you enter individual tracks in each? I'm truly not sure what is possible there, and would love your thoughts, Tay stans and fans! - Additionally, who will get album of the year? I can think of only vast majority women. Front-runners off the top of my head are... Taylor Swift - folklore Lady Gaga - Chromatica Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher Harry Styles - Fine Line The Chicks - Gaslighter Sawayama - Sawayama
  20. I'm curious if any of you guys have heard any good unofficial remixes off this album because I might want to remix the whole thing and I need to hear the competition lol Related:
  21. Rolling Stone says Dua Lipa's hit Future Nostalgia track "Don't Start Now" and Doja Cat's #1 hit "Say So" inspired Lady Gaga's new album Chromatica. They published a piece with interviews from songwriter Emily Warren, Ian Kirkpatrick and Caroline Ailin (all of whom worked on Future Nostalgia). They opened up about the revived disco sound that's heavily influenced again in today's pop music, including Dua and Doja Cat's music. Cue Chromatica, which taps into disco's lovechild of '90s house. What Rolling Stone didn't mention is that Gaga worked on Chromatica for years prior to Dua and Doja releasing their music. Gaga also released a cover of disco banger "I Want Your Love" with Nile Rodgers in 2016. So Exhale, what do you think? Did Dua and Doja inspire Gaga? Or was it the other way around? Related:
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