Lady Gaga's long-awaited remix album for her 2020 dance-pop album Chromatica finally has a release date.
BloodPop®, Gaga's A&R and the album's Executive Producer, first teased the idea of a remix album back in April. In the months since, speculation surrounding the artists affiliated with the project was feverish.
Now, Gaga has dropped the full list of remixers: LSDXOXO, Coucou Chloe, Arca, Rina Sawayama, Clarence Clarity, Pabllo Vittar, Charli XCX, A. G. Cook, Ashnikko, Shygirl, Mura Masa, Doss, Dorian Electra, Chester Lockhart, Mood Killer, Lil Texas, Planningtorock, Bree Runway, Jimmy Edgar, and Haus Labs. Notably absent is Grimes, who said she was set to appear on the album back in July.
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Gaga's Chromatica was partially a product of the dance music hive mind. The pop superstar had no trouble recruiting the genre's most renowned producers to join the project, such as Skrillex, Madeon, Tchami, and more. Upon its release, the crossover album peaked at #1 on the Billboard 200 in its second week and went on to become one of the defining moments of the electronic dance music community in 2020.
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