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Lady Gaga Reveals 'Chromatica' Album Cover After Postponing April 10 Release Date Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

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By Yuriy Andriyashchuk

Back on March 24, Lady Gaga announced that she would be postponing her upcoming sixth studio album, 'Chromatica.' This is due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Chromatica had a lot of momentum prior to this announcement with the success of Gaga's "Stupid Love" single and discussed possible cover arts for this project. At that time, she encouraged people to practice social distancing, emphasized how this is a hectic time in the world, and doesn't feel right to release an album right now.

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MGM also had to postpone Gaga's shows in Las Vegas from April 30-May 11 due to CDC guidelines regarding social gatherings. These would've taken place at the Park Theater at Park MGM. She's hoping that the remainder of her May shows will go on though. She does plan to have her Chromatica Ball Tour this summer as well. Coachella got postponed to October and she added that she had a secret set that she was going to perform this month during its original festival dates.

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We do have some good news regarding the Chromatica album though as she took to Instagram and Twitter on Sunday to reveal the cover art for it. Gaga is seen in the photo sporting her pink hair while wearing black armor while inside the Chromatica logo. She also got even more creative as she gave album covers in vinyl and cassette versions. Gaga's captions in her post are "#Chromatica ⚔️💓 2020." Fans approved of the album cover heavily on both Twitter and Instagram.

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Last week during an appearance on 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,' she also revealed that an announcement would be made on April 6. That day is here and Gaga retweeted a post from the World Health Organization saying that she'd be at their COVID-19 press conference. Their "One World: Together At Home" virtual global special will take place on April 18. Expect her to deliver a performance which will likely be from her home like a lot of other artists have done.

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Hopefully, we do get Chromatica from Lady Gaga soon as music has helped all of us tremendously during these wild times in our world. The Weeknd put out his 'After Hours' album on March 20 which has been the most successful album of 2020, Drake has put songs such as "When To Say When," "Chicago Freestyle," his new "Toosie Slide" single and also appeared on Future's new hit single "Life Is Good." Music gives us an additional activity to do at home or when we perform essential activities outside and gives us emotional support so all the material we get from artists is much appreciated.

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