Lady Gaga announces the postponement of her upcoming album, ‘Chromatica’ due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In lieu of the global crisis that the world is facing, Lady Gaga shares the same sympathy. Her latest single co-produced with Tchami, ‘Stupid Love,’ was the initial start to her big album reveal. Originally set for a full release on April 10th, ‘Chromatica’ will now be postponed until further notice. Lady Gaga released an official statement through social media, addressing her concerns about why she would rather postpone things amidst the current state of the world.
Lady Gaga’s statement reveals a heartfelt message addressing her reflection on the cruel reality of our world’s situation. As we undergo massive lifestyle and economical changes, the COVID-19 pandemic affects us all. Lady Gaga mentions that she “just doesn’t feel right” to release the album during this crisis. In her statement, she would rather have the world focus its attention on essentials, such as getting medical equipment, social distancing, and helping financially impacted individuals. To Gaga, ‘Chromatica’ is her art, and it is “one of the strongest things we have to provide joy and healing to each other during times like this.”
Gaga also had a surprise Coachella set lined up, along with other fun surprises. Her album, secret set, and Vegas shows have all been postponed. The iconic pop star and singer will announce a new 2020 release date soon. ‘Chromatica’ will be Lady Gaga’s sixth album release since ‘Joanne’ in 2016.