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  1. Lady Gaga's anticipated sixth album is finally out and so are its reviews. The album has now a total score of 79 on Metacritic based on 12 Critic Reviews. Variety gave the album a score of 96, while The Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian, NME and others gave it 80. You can find all the critics that count towards Metacritic, below: VARIETY "96/100" Possibly, song for song, her best yet. ... She sounds like she knows exactly who she is, what she wants to say and how she wants to say it — and with “Chromatica,” she’s laid a rock-solid foundation for the next phase of her remarkable career. Full review EXCLAIM "80/100" For more than a decade, Lady Gaga has encouraged us to 'just dance' regardless of the pain hidden deep within ourselves. While she may have veered off from her own advice over the past few years, Chromatica proves that Gaga is back and better than ever. Full review musicOMH.com "80/100" At 16 songs and a mere 43 minutes, Chromatica can feel a tad frenzied, but in the round marks a deft return to Lady Gaga’s club-pop roots, resplendent with much ’90s influence. There may not be anything really new here, but why mess with this formula when it can produce such engaging slaps and dancefloor empowerment? Gaga is back, with her bangers intact. Full review The Independent (UK) "80/100" Chromatic is an extravagant, sometimes even overblown album – but I suspect it will keep revealing itself over time. And by that point, she’ll be on to the next era. Full review The Telegraph (UK) "80/100" Chromatica offers Gaga at her most energetic and forceful, and that is something to behold. Full review New Musical Express (NME) "80/100" The album is best listened to in full, with the cinematic orchestral passages linking the songs together and acting as a respite between each of the break-neck pop bangers. Full review The Guardian "80/100" In many ways, the ballad-free, dancefloor-primed Chromatica represents not only Gaga’s most personal record, but her most straightforward. Full review Clash Music "80/00" Across its sixteen tracks, ‘Chromatica’ is entirely over-the-top, but in the best possible way. Every song is an anthem of defiance and empowerment, turned up to 11 and genetically engineered for maximum danceability. Full review The A.V. Club "75/100" “Enigma” really is a fitting word for Gaga. Her choices can be puzzling, and not every song is a success, but that unpredictability is what makes her exciting and leaves us coming back for more. So maybe Gaga doesn’t know who she truly is yet. It’s still enjoyable to watch her figure it out. Full review Pop Matters "70/100" Weighed down by lesser songs like "Alice", "Enigma", and the blissfully short BLACKPINK collaboration "Sour Candy", Chromatica isn't quite a full-bore masterwork. Still, given the thundering club-filling fun and layered meanings revealed upon relistens, it is assuredly the most lively and consistent record she's made since Born This Way. Full review Sputnikmusic "60/100" Chromatica’s main flaw lies in its indecisiveness. Lady Gaga has a number of great ideas on this thing, but the problem is that she doesn’t know how to make them work with any pragmatic fluidity. There’s a lot of redeeming qualities to the tracks, but it’s a patchwork job more often than not. Full review Slant Magazine "50/100" Whether muddling the creation of the universe with both love and fame (“Sine from Above”) or teasing the theory of the world as a simulation (“Enigma”), these songs only scratch the surface of deeper ideas before falling back on the most basic of pop clichés. Full review You can listen and/or buy Lady Gaga's new album, Chromatica, clicking here. Discuss these critics on our forum.
  2. Lady Gaga's anticipated sixth album is finally out and so are its reviews. The album has now a total score of 79 on Metacritic based on 12 Critic Reviews. Variety gave the album a score of 96, while The Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian, NME and others gave it 80. You can find all the critics that count towards Metacritic, below: VARIETY "96/100" Possibly, song for song, her best yet. ... She sounds like she knows exactly who she is, what she wants to say and how she wants to say it — and with “Chromatica,” she’s laid a rock-solid foundation for the next phase of her remarkable career. Full review EXCLAIM "80/100" For more than a decade, Lady Gaga has encouraged us to 'just dance' regardless of the pain hidden deep within ourselves. While she may have veered off from her own advice over the past few years, Chromatica proves that Gaga is back and better than ever. Full review musicOMH.com "80/100" At 16 songs and a mere 43 minutes, Chromatica can feel a tad frenzied, but in the round marks a deft return to Lady Gaga’s club-pop roots, resplendent with much ’90s influence. There may not be anything really new here, but why mess with this formula when it can produce such engaging slaps and dancefloor empowerment? Gaga is back, with her bangers intact. Full review The Independent (UK) "80/100" Chromatic is an extravagant, sometimes even overblown album – but I suspect it will keep revealing itself over time. And by that point, she’ll be on to the next era. Full review The Telegraph (UK) "80/100" Chromatica offers Gaga at her most energetic and forceful, and that is something to behold. Full review View full article
  3. so excited about this interview!!!! we will finally know more about chromatica
  4. I'm gagging over the visuals !! The colors are amazing and that retro vibe is amazing. I hope we will see more of a videogame visual as matt said
  5. I'm so excited !!! the cast is amazing
  6. You're amazing babe ♥️ so proud of you✨⚔
  7. so....what do u guys think about the leak?
  8. Big fan here ! My parents introduced me to Madonna when I was very young I literally grew up listening to Frozen and it became my fav song of hers Confessions was the first album that my dad bought me, I was obsessed at 6 years old hahahaa. I didn't like much Hard Candy tbh and at that time I Discovered Gaga so everything changed, I still supported her tho Wasn't a big fan of MDNA as well, except Give me all your luvin' and Girl Gone Wild I Really liked some songs on Rebel Heart but fell in love again with her with Madame X!! The album is literally excellence, the lyrics especially are amazing and with the Drag Race episode that aired last Friday I can't stop listening to her songs again ahaahaha
  9. Hi guys hope you're doing great, So I was listening to Future Nostalgia and was at the part of my 3 fav songs and was reading an article about 3 songs that are excellent succevily in each album and wanted to make a topic about it and also know what are you holy trinity of albums! here are mine -The Fame :Just Dance, LoveGame, Paparazzi -The Fame Monster : Bad Romance, Alejandro, Monster -Born This Way: Scheiße, Bloody Mary, Black Jesus+Amen Fashion -ARTPOP: MANiCURE, Do What U Want ft R.Kelly(aka excellence idc about rkelly's past his vocals are just so so good) and ARTPOP -Joanne: John Wayne, Dancin' In Circles, PERFECT ILLUSION -A Star Is Born: Always Remember Us This Way, Look What I Found, Heal Me -Future Nostalgia: Cool, Physical, Levitating -LEMONADE: Don't Hurt Yourself, Sorry, 6 INCH (ft.The Weeknd) -Dangerous Woman: Be Alright, Into You, Side To Side and lot more.....
  10. wait & see but i totally believe them since they were right about stupid love and literally the same protocole as stupid love
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