“Once the COVID-19 pandemic became inescapable in March, Lady Gaga delayed the release of her long-awaited new album Chromatica.
“In one week, she’ll finally drop the follow-up to her stripped-down 2016 outing, Joanne, and in the singles she’s released so far, she’s referencing a few past moments in culture.
“February’s “Stupid Love” felt right out of the dance-pop heyday of the early 2010s, while her newest single “Rain on Me,” featuring Ariana Grande is like a 90s club hit.
“The music video, released Friday, is also a bit of nostalgia to another unexpectedly bygone era: the pre-coronavirus days when droplets didn’t fill us with fear.”
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