Lady Gaga sent the Pop sphere into an excited spin yesterday when she officially announced ‘Chromatica’ – her sixth studio album.
Preceded by lead single ‘Stupid Love,’ the project has a confirmed released date of April 10th.
Yet, additional details surrounding the ‘Joanne’ follow-up have been kept under wraps. Sans the fact that its executive produced by Gaga and BloodPop.
Well, now further insights into the talent tasked with piecing the LP together have been shared.
See what we mean below…
Minutes ago on Instagram, hitmaker Ryan Tedder revealed that he has produced on LG6 – touting the track as a “bucket list” tune:
Beyond being a member of OneRepublic, Tedder is hailed for his musical midas touch – penning smashes such as Beyonce‘s ‘Halo’ and Adele‘s ‘Rumor Has It’ and ‘Remedy.’
The news comes after Gaga told Zane Lowe that she made a point of not overthinking things when tapping Pop maestro Max Martin (who co-produced ‘Stupid Love’). She said:
“He’s an amazing producer. I’ve never worked with him, I’ve always sort of gone, ‘I write my own music, I produce myself, I don’t need to work with Max, right?’ And I decided to stop being an assh*le.”
She went on tease that many of ‘Chromatica’s tracks were blessed by several creators – a number of which she hadn’t worked with before.
We’re loving the freshness of her approach this go round.
She’s more than proven herself as a writer, producer, and singer, as well as knowing when to dial back and strip back.
With her going all-out Pop this go round, it’s logical that she’s roping in the big guns to blast her way back into that space in a resonating way.