Since the track-listing of “Chromatica” was announced and it was noted Ariana Grande, Elton John and Blackpink all have track features. Anticipation ramped up even more about the sixth album from Lady Gaga. Mother monster has already shared with us storming dancefloor stomper “Stupid Love” while leaving us thirsty for more. The more has turned out to be “Rain On Me” the collaboration with American singer/actress Ariana Grande.
From the little information, Gaga has shared about “Chromatica” we have caught on to the fact that the album has been made with the dancefloor in mind. It’s safe to say therefore we would have expected nothing less than an enormous bop from the two pop Queens. Along with production from BloodPop®, BURNS and Tchami, they have brought it and then some, in gigantic coloured disco beats. But, let’s not look past what the track is really about. Extreme sadness. Sorrow. Misery. Emotions which aren’t so pretty yet, are perhaps the biggest of experiences which we rise up and grow better versions of ourselves from.
Lady Gaga shared on Instagram.
“One time, I felt like I was crying so much it would never stop. Instead of fighting it, I thought, bring it on.”
From issuing a powerfully honest statement. “Rain On Me” takes over wherein it’s own way giving us the perfect impetus to dance our cares away. Which in turn not only, boosts our fitness but helps to promote better overall wellness. I think we are now prepared, when “Chromatica” finally drops next week, to step into the release with some confirmed foresight that the recording will spread the power of good. In bursts of euphoric dance tracks, vibes, empowering truths and lyrics.
(If you haven’t peeped it yet, Lady Gaga has now uploaded to YouTube the recent in-depth interview with Zane Lowe about the making of “Chromatica”, which was previously hosted exclusively on Apple Music. When I said it’s in-depth perhaps I should say, best treat it like an audio-book, it’s an hour-long.)
As the world paused, so we could protect and heal ourselves from the invisible enemy C19. Gaga took strength from “Chromatica’s” healing message and brought us closer via her “One World: Together At Home” concert, a live-streamed, charity musical event with a lineup she curated.
If ever there was a time we needed the positive, uplifting power of “Chromatica” it is now. Only five more days to wait, little monsters.
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