Do not forget that catchy tune that leaked about three weeks in the past that you simply completely didn’t beneath any circumstances hearken to as a result of that might be music piracy and you’d by no means try this? Effectively, fortunate for you affected person and law-abiding little monsters, the music video for Girl Gaga’s first single, “Silly Love,” off her extremely anticipated sixth studio album, now rumored to be titled Chromatica (primarily based on that ending), was unleashed — formally and legally — to the world Friday night time. The tune may sound acquainted to some, however the music video is an all-new pink fantasia of basic Gaga pop. For her half, Gaga doesn’t appear too pressed in regards to the tune leaking.
“These information bought handed round to so many alternative individuals,” she advised New Music Each day with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, in an interview shared shortly after the tune’s launch. “There have been so many alternative iterations of those songs as a result of all of us needed it to be excellent and actually no one cared who put their fingerprints on it, so long as it was the dopest factor that we might give to the world and that it was significant, genuine, and utterly me.” As for the remainder of these songs, Gaga stated that whereas she was “depressing, unhappy, depressed” and “cried consistently” via the method of creating the album, she was someway capable of channel the ache into one thing upbeat. “We’re undoubtedly dancing,” she reassured. Try the ultimate model of “Silly Love” for your self and resolve whether or not or not it was well worth the wait.