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  1. Do you guys think Chromatica will age badly? Or do you think it’ll stay fresh? I love Chromatica, though Discuss
  2. After a couple of weeks of being MIA, Gaga returned with heaps of new Chromatica content. She announced Gaga Radio, might have a music video with Elton John in the works and shared a behind-the-scenes clip making the music video for "Rain On Me" alongside her pint-sized pop star peer, Ariana Grande. The hard work, the dedicated, the talent, the brilliance... This was super fun to watch. Exhale, is "Rain On Me" the gift that keeps on giving? The answer is yes.
  3. Lady Gaga posted footage from her Chromatica photoshoot. She soundtracked it to "Sine From Above" with Elton John. Elton John also recently posted a video in front of a green screen. Do you guys think it’s a new single? Related:
  4. Well 2021 would be a iconic year for gaga, because she's got a lot of success back with #Chromatica, 13 Years from the fame ORIGINAL , 12 From the Fame Monster, 10 From Born This Way, 8 years for Artpop and 5 From Joanne. So Its one of the most expected shows, we know Joanne world tour not finished as we wanted, So I Think the setlist would be into this very GP Setlist + Fan Favs + Mixing the 4 Past Albums , I know may look as a cut show, but Gaga shows aren't than longer Chromatica Intro "Looking 4 Wonderland" Marry The Night 1. Alice 3m 2. Dance In The Dark 2m 30s 3. Sour Candy 3m 4. Scheibe/Judas 4m 30s Government Hooker Video Intro 5. Born This Way 4m Chromatica 2 "911 interlude" 6. Aura 4m 7. Stupid Love 3m Medley 11 Years Of Fame Video Intro "Beautiful Dirty Rich" 8. Telephone / PokerFace /Alejandro 4m 50s 9. Bad Romance 5m Vogue Video Intro 10. Babylon 2m 45s 11. Dancing In Circles 3m 30s Inside a Chromatic Heart 12. Joanne/Shallow 5m 13. Million Reasons 3m 30s 14. Replay 3m The Fame Video Intro 15. LoveGame /Perfect Illusion/ You And I / Ayo 5m Chromatica 3 "The Last" 16. Sine From Above 4m 17. Artpop / 1000 Doves 4m 30s Encore "The Edge Of Glory" 18. Just Dance 4m 19. Rain On Me 3m Outro Free Woman Studio Concepts (Not Mine but uploaded by other users)
  5. With the Grammy's coming up early next year and Taylor's folklore being a sure frontrunner, do you think she will enter the album for Pop categories or Alternative? Can you enter individual tracks in each? I'm truly not sure what is possible there, and would love your thoughts, Tay stans and fans! - Additionally, who will get album of the year? I can think of only vast majority women. Front-runners off the top of my head are... Taylor Swift - folklore Lady Gaga - Chromatica Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher Harry Styles - Fine Line The Chicks - Gaslighter Sawayama - Sawayama
  6. I'm curious if any of you guys have heard any good unofficial remixes off this album because I might want to remix the whole thing and I need to hear the competition lol Related:
  7. Rolling Stone says Dua Lipa's hit Future Nostalgia track "Don't Start Now" and Doja Cat's #1 hit "Say So" inspired Lady Gaga's new album Chromatica. They published a piece with interviews from songwriter Emily Warren, Ian Kirkpatrick and Caroline Ailin (all of whom worked on Future Nostalgia). They opened up about the revived disco sound that's heavily influenced again in today's pop music, including Dua and Doja Cat's music. Cue Chromatica, which taps into disco's lovechild of '90s house. What Rolling Stone didn't mention is that Gaga worked on Chromatica for years prior to Dua and Doja releasing their music. Gaga also released a cover of disco banger "I Want Your Love" with Nile Rodgers in 2016. So Exhale, what do you think? Did Dua and Doja inspire Gaga? Or was it the other way around? Related:
  8. With just four weeks in the top ten, what seemed to be a hit sure backfired. Little Monsters and Gaga herself are used to seeing Gaga stay in the top ten for a month or two. Even Joanne lasted longer in the top ten. Fans and the press are wondering if Gaga should have waited until she could properly promote an album like Chromatica. It's definitely becoming her first bona fide flop in the US. Even "Rain On Me" wasn't the hit that was expected despite debuting at #1. It's also sad that she is no longer the main pop girl, and in this current generation she is out of touch. Maybe a hip hop trap album would have been more successful than 90s dance pop?
  9. After Nicki Minaj teased Pink Friday 2, I started listening to Pink Friday and it's truly iconic and her flow on it is impeccable. It got me thinking that she neesd to collaborate with Lady Gaga ASAP! She literally collabed with every main musical act: Britney, Christina, Madonna, Katy, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Ariana, Mariah, Avril, Alicia Keys, Ciara, Fergie, Drake, Eminem, Bieber, Chris Brown, Kanye, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Will.i.am, David Guetta, Usher and many more hip-hop & pop acts including Cardi, Trina, Foxy, Megan & Doja. How come she hasn't collaborated with Gaga? Maybe because the media tried to compare their unique style in the past? It's been a decade - we need a 911/Alice/Plastic Doll remix with the Queen! Do you agree? Is there an icon she hasn't collabed with (Adele ?) Related:
  10. Considering how long cascada song has been out still a better song than fun tonight
  11. Chromatica is hands down Lady GaGa’s WORST album (and I hated Joanne...so that’s saying something). The songs are all over the place, yet all sound the same...the album should be called oxymoronica. (For the record, I am a GaGa fan, but no longer a stan like I was during TFM). Most of the production on Chromatica sounds dated and would’ve been current circa 2013-2016 when the skrillex (Where are you now) type sound was all over the radio. On Chromatica, it just comes off as dated. Also, as beautiful as Lady Gaga’s voice is, I think she spends most of the album screaming at us rather than giving us harmonies. Another thing that kills the album are the 3 unnecessary interludes. Nobody asked for that and nobody is listening to them. “Stupid Love” was a terrible song and a terrible choice for the lead single (I’m disappointed Max Martin even had a part in that 💩). The writing on most of the songs is terrible. If Britney Jean Spears released “sour candy” as a solo single, exhale would’ve dragged her to the depths of hell. If Selena Gomez or Katy Perry released “plastic doll” or “911”, exhale would’ve dragged them to the depths of hell. Most of the songs on this album are terrible, but because it’s GaGa, nobody is saying it. Everyone hated “artpop”, but that album was FAR better than Chromatica. The writing on artpop was creative. Everything on Chromatica sounds like “a, b, c, 1, 2, 3”. Now, in a plot twist, “Rain on Me” is one of the best songs she’s ever released. I think her voice sounds gorgeous on the track (this is the only song where she isn’t screaming), I think the writing is creative, and I think the video is stunning. I also like “1000 doves” 🕊 In conclusion, I want more “rain on me” and less “sour candy”. Does anyone think Chromatica is her best work?
  12. Gaga is on another level when it comes to creatively writing emotional but fun pop music and she also uses great word play. So many #Chromatica songs are relatable to Britney. Alice, Free Women, Fun Tonight, 911, Plastic Doll, (imagine a video with a Lucky continuation) Replay, even Babylon. Then you add Danja who is a master at putting raw emotion into his production. I’d be here for other writers and producers but I’d die if they were executive producers alongside Brit. She needs creatives with depth for B10. I can’t begin to imagine the slayage of these three working together. One can wish.
  13. Lady Gaga's "Alice" is a low sampling of Madonna's "Nothing Really Matters" in my opinion. Give both a listen and see the similarities:
  14. Lady Gaga's #Chromatica Ball tour is rescheduled to summer 2021. She'll kick things off July 25 in Paris before making her way to London on the 30th. On August 7th, Gaga will perform in Boston, followed by shows in Toronto, New Jersey and Chicago. Check out the dates below. Exhalers, do you plan on going?!
  15. In line of what's probably gonna be cancelled the summer brief 3 city tour, Gaga is making Chromatica into a Visual film, which From hearing the album. It just makes sense, it's an album that deserves a visual treatment the way it completely connects from one track to another. I'm here for it, Are you guys here For Chromatica: The Movie.
  16. Chromatica II is by far the best instrumental on Chromatica. The last 10 seconds or so of the track Chromatica II has always reminded me of something and I think I have figured it out. I think it is an interpolation of Poker Face. Let me know what you think Am I wrong?
  17. Lady Gaga and Paper magazine threw a #Chromatica fundrager tonight. Basically, fans jump on a Zoom and club it together at home. Proceeds went to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute. They defend and protect the human rights of Black transgender and gender non-conforming people. The live stream was low-key but lit Some Little Monsters were doing poppers. You down to rage, Exhale?
  18. Long time BreatheHeavy lurker, and mega Britney stan. Just wanted to take a moment to appreciate Lady Gaga and her absolutely mind blowing vocals on Fun Tonight. Her voice is the epitome of love, anger, heart break, passion, and happiness all at the same time. I can’t get enough of #Chromatica. That’s all. 😃
  19. #LadyGaga just released an animated lyric video for Sour Candy. The animation its pretty nice, it resemble some type of alien fairies exploring #Chromatica word. Do you like the video? Is Sour Candy the next official single?...
  20. Lady Gaga's new album #Chromatica is holding its own on the Billboard 200. It dropped one spot from 1-2 in its second week, and according to new predictions, will likely sit tight at #2 in its third week with 55-65k in sales plus streams (25-30k sales). What's most interesting is that her second and third-week sales are predicted to be near-identical, meaning she didn't lose any streams/sales week-to-week. That's a huge win for any artist. It's worth mentioning Joanne's third-week sales was around 28k sps. Here's a breakdown of the current sps: Lil Baby (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 65-75k, <1k Lady Gaga (Interscope) 55-65k, 25-30k DaBaby (SCMG/Interscope) 35-40k, <1k Drake (OVO/Republic) 35-40k, <1k Post Malone (Republic) 33-38k, ~1k Future (Freebandz/Epic) 32-37k, <1k Polo G (Columbia) 30-35k, <1k Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 30-35k, <1k Gunna (Young Stoner Life) 30-35k, <1k The Weeknd (XO/Republic) 30-35k, 2-3k Bad Bunny (Rimas) 27-30k, 1-3k Harry Styles (Columbia) 25-28k, 3-5k Roddy Ricch (Bird Vision/Atlantic) 24-27k, <1k NCT 127 (SM/Caroline) 22-25k, 20-23k Chloe X Halle (Parkwood/Columbia) 22-25k, 4-6k Luke Combs - What You See (River House/Columbia Nashville) 20-23k, 1-3k Megan Thee Stallion (Atlantic) 19-22k, <1k Anuel AA (Read Hasta La Muerte) 19-22k, <1k Billie Eilish (Darkroom/Interscope) 19-22k, 3-5k Luke Combs - This One's (River House/Columbia Nashville) 19-22k, 1-4k
  21. If you play #Chromatica II then put Kylie Minogue's "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" after it sounds so fierce. #Chromatica
  22. The #Chromatica universe continues its expansion into unexplored territory. According to the album's executive producer, BloodPop, Gaga's tracks she collaborated electronic producer SOPHIE on will eventually see the light of day. Sophie is responsible for Madonna’s “***** I’m Madonna,” Charli XCX’s Vroom Vroom EP and MØ’s “Night With You.” In 2018, SOPHIE released their debut album, Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides. "We worked with SOPHIE very early on. [She was] the first collaborator of those sessions," BloodPop tells EW. "Those days were fun. We set up six microphones and recorded [Gaga's] Lamborghini exhaust, and SOPHIE cut it up into samples. [Though they didn't make the album], we still plan to finish those songs and present something special within the Chromatica universe." Honestly, I need EVERY Chromatica scrap available. This is one of my favorite Gaga albums ever. Maybe my #1, and I'm a #BornThisWay STAN, so that's saying something. They better not be playing. RELEASE the SOPHIE songs NOW Thoughts?!
  23. Lady Gaga's "Free Woman" off her new No. 1 album, Chromatica, deserves to stand alone. I gotta admit, "Free Woman" was not a song I played often upon first diving into Chromatica, but over the last few days I've found myself falling in love with it more than the bangers, like "911" and "Alice." "Free Woman" details Gaga's experience of shedding the shame and shackles after being sexually assaulted by a music producer when she was younger. Before I share my two cents, here's what Gaga had to say about the track: "I tend to aspire for things to be genderless, just because I think that it's significant," Gaga told Apple Music's Zane Lowe. "But with that song in particular, I felt a need to reference my gender. Because even though I really have a tremendous disdain for people that attribute a gender, or sexual identity to your personality…it was so important for this to be 'Free Woman,' because I was assaulted by a music producer." "I was sexually assaulted by a music producer. It's compounded all of my feelings about life, feelings about the world, feelings about the industry, what I had to compromise and go through to get to where I am. And I had to put it there. And when I was able to finally celebrate it, I said, 'You know what? I'm not nothing without a steady hand. I'm not nothing unless I know I can. I'm still something if I don't got a man, I'm a free woman.' It's me going, 'I'm free,' but it's not just because, 'I'm a free woman. Look at me. I found gratitude and everything is zen.' It's, 'I no longer am going to define myself as a survivor, or a victim of sexual assault. I just am a person that is free, who went through some ****ed up ****,'" she said. "I say, 'This is the dance floor I fought for. That's what I'm living for. Light up my body and kiss me too hardly. I walk the downtown, hear my sound.' This is my way of saying, 'I'm making a dance record again, and this dance floor, it's mine, and I earned it. And all that stuff that I went through, I don't have to feel pain about it anymore. It can just be a part of me and I can keep going.'" "I can't tell you how healing this was [to] me. I could cry about it, except I'm actually feeling so much more healed now that that laugh-away-from-the-tear feeling is not even as much there. When I first started talking about this album, I would cry in between every interview. And now I go, 'Well, it turns out if you believe in yourself, sometimes you're good enough.' And it turns out that's possible. And I would love for people that listen to this record to feel and hear that." One of the most powerful emotions a human can express is vulnerability. When you're vulnerable, shame can't survive. I love that she's willing to wear her heart on her sleeve and let us in on something that haunted her, and likely will here and there for the rest of her life. I also love the line, "This is my dance floor I fought for." Gaga is a fighter. Her rise to fame has been unimaginable. She earned the right to release music like Cheek To Cheek and Joanne because she created a body of dance music first, then explored new sounds before circling back to her origins (tbh her singing jazz was more of an origin than Just Dance is but you know what I mean). I also love the independent woman flex. "Free Woman" deserves to be the next single off Chromatica because it's a beacon of light in a time where there is still so much inequality. The theme of freedom deserves the spotlight, and while Gaga identifies this song as an act of freedom from the trauma from a sexual assault, the listener - no matter how they identify - their gender, ***, race - can use the lyrics as a source of strength. There's a reason why people who commit crimes are imprisoned - because freedom is the ultimate act of being human. When your freedom is compromised, so is your humanity. I think we could use a little reminder that we're all inter-connected, and "Free Woman" does just that. Thoughts on "Free Woman?" Should it be the next single? Sound off. Related:
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