Coronavirus Outbreak: Lady Gaga takes to the streets, delivers hard copies of upcoming album Chromatica to retailers
Lady Gaga's upcoming album Chromatica will include the already-released singles Stupid Love, Rain on Me and a feature from K-pop group Blackpink.
In preparation for the release of her album 'Chromatica,' Lady Gaga has taken to the streets to deliver hard copies of the record herself amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The 34-year-old singer announced her adventure Wednesday on Instagram, sharing several photos of herself on the road.
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In the pictures, Gaga sports bright pink hair and a pink face mask with silver spikes and black lettering. To carry her deliveries, the 'Shallow' singer drove a large truck, decked out with images of herself in all pink, as well as an image of songstress Ariana Grande, who is featured on the album.
Gaga wrote in the caption, "Delivering #Chromatica myself to every retailer around the world...In Chromatica time and distance do not exist."
'Chromatica' will be available on Friday, following a release delay prompted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The singer announced the postponement in March, explaining that the 10 April release date didn't "feel right" amid the initial stages of the global pandemic.
'Chromatica' will include the already-released singles 'Stupid Love' and 'Rain on Me.' According to Billboard, Elton John and K-pop group Blackpink will also feature on the album.
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