Mura Masa, Lil Texas, A. G. Cook and more feature on the diverse album, which is rife with electronic bangers.
New major releases include tracks from Robin Schulz, Just A Gent, JLV and more.
A bundle of 14 remixes by Lil Texas, Mura Masa, and more is slated to drop this week.
Rocket Man and Mother Monster are reportedly planning a drum & bass sequel to their 2020's collaborative Chromatica cut, "Sine From Above."
Dorian Electra, A.G. Cook, and Bree Runway have also been confirmed as remixers, among others.
Gaga took home the awards for Best Dance/Electronic Artist and Album.
All signs point to yes, thanks to a serendipitous tweet from Rina Sawayama.
Dance music artists had no trouble stacking billions of impressions in 2020.
Lady Gaga's dance music-laden sixth studio album hit all the right notes in order to come out on top.
The video is an empathic reminder of Gaga's status as a triple threat actress, dancer, and singer.
Ariana Grande also took the stage for a performance of their collaborative single "Rain on Me."
She told Zane Lowe the remix came especially natural to her due to feelings of cultural alignment with the pop superstar.
They joined forces for the final episode of Apple Music's "GAGA RADIO."
Gaga shared a hysterical behind-the-scenes clip from the "Rain On Me" music video.
Daouda Leonard's powerful statement came after Bloomberg officially crowned Gaga as the "World’s Biggest Pop Star."
As the eligibility deadline looms, we put together a list of the leading contenders.
Lady Gaga is inviting fans to interpret the artwork for "Chromatica," which featured Skrillex, Boys Noize, Madeon, and many more electronic producers.
The French EDM heavyweight produced the Ariana Grande collab "Rain On Me" from Gaga's new album.
In a recent interview, Skrillex explained how natural his Lady Gaga collaboration felt.
Skrillex, Madeon, and Axwell all appeared on "Chromatica." Who do you think should be next?
Track after track, Gaga delivers a vulnerable and funky bedroom dance party.
"Welcome to Chromatica" is an ode to Gaga's dance music roots.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande teamed up with some of dance music's finest.
The Queens of pop channel bravery and vulnerability in the second single from "Chromatica."