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Fan Reactions to Lady Gaga Collaborating With Ariana Grande and BLACKPINK

Lady Gaga‘s upcoming Chromatica album was postponed indefinitely in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the project has suffered from a string of unfortunate online leaks. Security concerns began long before the first single, “Stupid Love” and its corresponding music video officially dropped. These issues prevailed throughout the month of April and came to a peak when Chromatica‘s track list was unintentionally revealed by an online retailer. Gaga confirmed the track list on April 22, but not before eagle-eyed fans caught wind of the blunder and completely lost their cool over three massive collaborations.

While the “Bad Romance” singer has kept collabs to a bare minimum throughout the course of her career, she has invited Ariana Grande, Elton John and South Korean girl group BLACKPINK to the party for Chromatica.

Elton John is a legendary musician in his own right and Gaga has actively worked with the “Rocket Man” crooner for years, but a BLACKPINK collaboration is a major feat for everyone involved. The girls will be joining Gaga on a song titled “Sour Candy,” and fans are already gushing over this significant accomplishment.

BLACKPINK hopping onboard for a major release will presumably be essential for their growth, especially since the group’s discography is still relatively modest. Fans have noted that new listeners are likely to be dismayed by the limited options regarding BLACKPINK’s music, but Chromatica is bound to serve as a fine addition to the list.

Naturally, Ariana Grande fans are equally thrilled by the news. While the “Thank U, Next” singer has experienced an outstanding amount of success on her own, we can’t help but rejoice in the fact that Ari has collaborated with one of her idols on a song titled “Rain On Me.”

Chromatica is shaping up to be one of the most exciting releases of 2020 and we can’t wait to hear Gaga’s project in full. Until then, we’ll continue to anticipate the phenomenal girl power that will emerge from the album.

Featured Image: Interscope Records

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