Lady Gaga surely knows how to keep her fans agog even in the quarantine, new normal period. Earlier, she posted on Twitter the tracks to be featured on her upcoming album, "Chromatica." The sixth studio album from the singer includes collaborative works with Ariana Grande, the 4-girl Kpop group BLACKPINK, and Sir Elton John. As for the album release date, no announcement has been given yet, but her reveal currently rocks the Twitter world. 

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"Chromatica" playlist from Lady Gaga's tweet

 Aside from the previously released hit, "Stupid Love," Lady Gaga has an unexpected duet with Ari on the track "Rain on Me." A team-up with Blackpink, "Sour Candy," a first for Gaga with a Kpop group, is on track number 10. An anticipated historic duet with the legendary Sir Elton John with "Sine From Above" is not one to be missed.

"God is A Woman" Ari re-tweeted the track playlist and has reached almost a 100k likes. It has long been circulating that the two powerhouse artists are cooking up a duet. And now, it is confirmed; the waiting is finally over. 

Ari's retweet of LG's announcement
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Ari's retweet of LG's announcement

Highly-anticipated "Chromatica" album will feature a total of 16 tracks. Twitter fans are once more raving on Gaga's announcement, notably the Monsters (for Gaga's loyal fans), Arianators (for Ari's followers), and Blinks (for Blackpink's fandom). 

 One tweet from her fans posted this -

fan tweet
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On March 25, the "Shallow" singer-songwriter sadly announced the postponed launch of her "Chromatica" album. With the ongoing global pandemic, she wrote, "it just doesn't feel right." The album was set to be released on April 10.

Gaga's tweet could have been a response to the buzz going around. The playlist for the album was reported to have been leaked online on April 21 by the Target. The retailer was reported to have posted the album cover together with the back cover that detailed out the playlist for pre-orders. Target was quick to take it off from its official website. Gaga sure knew how to mitigate the pre-emptive news for the LG6 album since it has happened in the past.

The single, "Stupid Love," was also a victim of an online leak in January before it was officially released. The singer did not take it sitting down. She was reported to have been fumed with the development, posting a cryptic that had authorities looking into it.

"Stupid Love" was officially released on February 27, with the music video hitting 67 million views on YouTube.

Lady Gaga consistently has been using her time very wisely during the lockdown. She just recently curated the playlist to the historical benefit concert "One World: Together at Home," which featured a multitude of musical artists. The grand event, aired on April 18, raised donations and pledges that reached $128 million for Global Citizen's work in supporting COVID-19 causes. The "One World: Together at Home" 79-track compilation album was recently released in major streaming platforms.

BLACKPINK in the house

The sensational South Korean pop band, BLACKPINK, is not new to the controversy. The band's collaboration with Lady Gaga was also rumored back in March, which was neither confirmed nor denied by YG Entertainment, the management company handling the 4-girl group.

With the legend Sir Elton John

It comes to no surprise, but the collaboration of Lady Gaga and Sir Elton John comes into the heels of last Saturday's benefit show. Sir Elton John rendered on his piano "I'm Still Standing" as his way of contributing to raising funds for the event.