Lady Gaga Releases ‘Dawn Of Chromatica’ Ft. Charli XCX, Rina Sawayama, And Bree Runway

‘I invite you to dance to this album in celebration of young artists all over the world.’

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Photo: Courtesy of Interscope Records
Photo: Courtesy of Interscope Records

Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated remix album Dawn of Chromatica has arrived. The project, executive produced by Bloodpop, features remixed takes on Chromatica courtesy of Ashnikko, Dorian Electra, Bree Runway, Charli XCX and more.

“I invite you to dance to this album in celebration of young artists all over the world,” Gaga wrote on Instagram. “Artists who see the world, feel the world, and put that feeling into something bigger than all of us: music. All love, LG.”

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The stacked guest list on Dawn of Chromatica has veiled fresh remixes of Gaga’s BLACKPINK collaboration “Sour Candy” by Shygirl and Mura Masa, “911” by Charli XCX and A.G. Cook, “1000 Doves” by Planningtorock, “Free Woman” by Rina Sawayama and Clarence Clarity and more. Chomatica’s hit collaboration, “Rain On Me” featuring Ariana Grande, was remixed for Dawn of Chromatica by Arca.

“Can’t even begin to tell you how massively proud and honored I am to have made this remix for such a legend and to be alongside artists I love and deeply admire,” Planningtorock wrote on Instagram.

Upon its release last summer, Chromatica debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, becoming Gaga’s sixth album to top the chart. The project found the singer injecting pure dance pop into her sound. The featured guests on Dawn of Chromatica further shift the album into the realm of hyperpop.

Dawn of Chromatica was first teased on social media by Bloodpop in April when the producer asked fans on Twitter who they would want to see featured on a Chromatica remix album before cc’ing Sawayama on the tweet thread. Gaga confirmed the project in August before unveiling the featured collaborators just days before the album release date.

Gaga and Bloodpop have previously collaborated when the producer helmed a number of tracks on Gaga’s 2016 album Joanne.

Purchase or stream Lady Gaga’s latest remix album, Dawn of Chromatica.

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