A new Lady Gaga song called "Stupid Love" leaked yesterday on the internet.
A first preview of the song leaked for the first time last summer, and it resurfaced online and gradually leaked fully in the span of these previous two days. But it was quickly taken down from any social platform as soon as it was posted. The sound, noted by many fans, is a comeback to her electro-pop dance roots.
Because of the song being leaked online, "Lady Gaga" and "Stupid Love" were trending on Twitter causing a general hysteria with many positive early reviews from the general public. Websites such as The Independent even went on and wrote an article stating that "lady gaga broke the internet" (again). A French radio started spinning the song randomly today, and some clubs even played the song for the crowd later that day.
After the leak, it was also discovered that the title of the song was placed on a custom page in the coding of her official website ladygaga.com. During the day the code has been changed many times and was later censored.
A custom hidden page for "Stupid Love" has been added to Lady Gaga's website. Apparently, Lady Gaga's new single is really coming.— Gaga Now 👾 (@ladygaganownet) January 21, 2020
It's still not sure if Stupid Love will be Lady Gaga's first single for her upcoming (yet to be titled) album.
can y’all stop pic.twitter.com/1jvZLdY6jV— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) January 23, 2020