Lady Gaga's New Single "Stupid Love" Is Confirmed and Releasing This Friday
It's time for all the little monsters to celebrate. According to Billboard, Lady Gaga's new album is on the horizon. Of course, fans already knew that, along with the fact that its lead single would be "Stupid Love." How? The track leaked last month, but Gaga made it official today.
Gaga dropped the news with an appropriately '80s-style ad, which mashes up tried-and-true throwback motifs such as airbrushed art and neon colors. The new song is set to be released this Friday.
"Stupid Love" is Gaga's first solo single since 2016's Joanne and special release "The Cure" in 2017. Fans haven't been starved for content, however. Gaga's been in plenty, including a little flick called A Star Is Born, which earned her an Academy Award.
Fans had an idea that "Stupid Love" was on the way, since Gaga herself got in on the leak last month. She posted a stock image of a girl listening to an old-school Walkman after the song made its rounds on the internet, writing "can y'all stop."
Fans clapped back with lyrics an GIFs, naturally.
While Gaga's sixth studio album is still untitled, fans have been calling it LG6. And others are sleuthing for clues. Entertainment Weekly notes that the "Stupid Love" poster has a reference to "Chromatica," which some are predicting as the title for her next album. EW notes that the upcoming album will feature Scottish producer SOPHIE, techno group Boys Noize, and Mark Ronson and BloodPop, who worked with Gaga on Joanne and A Star Is Born.