— Casey Reed ????????️???? (@CaseyReed) May 29, 2020
We all know Lady Gaga would take a bullet for the LGBTQ community, and here she is with the album of the era, giving her fans another reason to celebrate. She uses art and fashion as tools to achieve her aspirations and inspires people to achieve theirs. We stan a queen like her!
— Tony Bennett (@itstonybennett) May 29, 2020
After many delays and teases, Gaga held her status as a world-class singer and gave her fans just what they hoped for. The first album since Joanne in 2016, fans—(ahem) Tony Bennett—chime in to congratulate and celebrate Gaga on the new release.
I'm so, so proud of @ladygaga, whose new record #Chromatica is even better than I could have imagined. It was an honour to be a part of it, and I hope you all love #SineFromAbove as much as I do! - E xx ???? pic.twitter.com/wwQm5BAT5g
— Elton John (@eltonofficial) May 30, 2020
We all know John’s been Gaga’s biggest advocate, and the duet between these music legends was long overdue. Owing to a decade-long friendship and mutual admiration, Gaga and John give their fans some good ol’ electro-pop through their latest collaboration.
I like the Song, don‘t get me wrong...but imo there is to much autotune on their voices. If Eltons Name wasn‘t in the title, i wouldn‘t have recognize his voice. And this is a feeling i have with all the songs on Chromatica. Gagas voice sounds kind of...flat. U know what i mean?
— Christin (@Christille91) May 31, 2020
Well, that’s a bold statement to make! While some fans may think it’s too much autotune, loyal fans stand corrected that the song is artistic, different, and a total Gaga trait. Well, she is no regular pop star, and that’s a fact!
— Aquaria ???? (@aquariaofficial) May 29, 2020
Our very fashionable drag performer Aquaria loves grooving to ”Chromatica 911,” and so do we! Who would’ve thought a song about battling mental health could be packed with high energy. So, what are you waiting for? Do the boogie-woogie!
i love u gaga, but chromatica is.. bad pic.twitter.com/jyIiBgw28V
— sam (@samanthaswft) May 28, 2020
While some little monsters can totally relate to Chromatica, some don’t find it appealing to promote personal pain through dance-pop. And if that’s not enough, there are quite a few who think Gaga’s attempt feels a tad bit bland. Well, what can we say? To each his own.
"My biggest enemy is me ever since day one, Pop a 911" My vision for 911 from #Chromatica @ladygaga I'm SO IN LOVE with this song! Can't wait to illustrate all the tracks! ⚔️???? pic.twitter.com/1r2b0QIfGb
— Marciano Palácio (@mars_palacio) May 29, 2020
While Gaga’s fans are living for her new album, 911 certainly seems to be a favorite among other tracks. Twitteratis can’t stop and won’t stop tweeting about their love for the song. Meanwhile, Marciano here has a vision to paint!
— billboard (@billboard) June 1, 2020
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s duet “Rain on Me” took the first place on the Billboard Hot 100 songs. It doesn’t surprise us that this makes for Gaga’s fifth and Grande’s fourth Hot 100 and rightly so!
she then held my hand and invited me into the beautiful world of chromatica and together, we got to express how beautiful and healing it feels to mothafuckinnnn cry ! ???? i hope this makes u all feel as uplifted as it does for us both. i love u @ladygaga, u stunning superwoman !
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 22, 2020
Grande and Gaga gushed over each other on Twitter and let their fans know how they bonded over the hit song “Rain on Me.” Their fans added to this wholesome conversation, and we sure can say it’s an endless thread!
— Stan BLACKPINK (@bpismyhappypill) May 27, 2020
“Sour Candy,” a collab between Blackpink and Lady Gaga was the most anticipated one among others in this album. The club anthem earned the Korean pop quartet its biggest hit on the Billboard Hot 100 to date, all thanks to Chromatica!
fun tonight 100% about carino.... how dare he make our girl feel like that pic.twitter.com/X0Gv9FmCMR
— jj (@joyridejack) May 28, 2020
While we have fans raving about the other songs from the album, one track, in particular, has sparked more speculation. Many listeners think that “Fun Tonight” is more about Mother Monster’s toxic relationship with Christian Carino.