On the surface has ’Chromatica’ a futuristic aesthetics, but Lady Gaga is maria in the distant past on his fifth solo album, which recalls a diskofilt afdansningsbal and a tired homoparade.
the Predecessor ’Joanne’ was surprisingly subdued for superstjernens plague of serpents standard, and the disc, disappointed commercially. Gaga, however, was so new life in his career with the blockbuster ’A Star is Born’, if the soundtrack actually was the most popular album in Denmark last year.
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The 34-year-old new yorker may have a greater future as a musical star than popidol, for the ’Chromatica’ saith she finished in line with the model of the Madonna.
The dethroned pop queen got discofeberen to infection again with ’Music’ 20 years ago, but gaga's artificial breath to the genre is robotically and anemic.
She has called on the usual army of hitmagere as the american BloodPop as well as the swedes, Max Martin, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell, who turns the automatic pilot and certainly not when new heights.
the Quality of the ALBUM is light-years away, and ’Fun Tonight’ and ’Replay’ are songs you would expect from an eastern european country to Eurovision and not from one of the western world's most celebrated cultural figures.
Sangerindens fifth solo album was postponed from april due to coronaviruses. Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
R&B and hip-hop has taken over poppens leadership position in the music world, and Gaga is trying frantically to acquire succesgenrernes stardust on ’Rain On Me’, which is a bland duet with drønpopulære Ariana Grande.
Elton John appears on the outright terrible ’Its from Above’, which is one of the absolute worst, the legend has given its name to. It says not so little.
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Early in the ’Chromatica’ is ’Alice’ and ’Stupid Love’, the guarantors of the stereotype, but quite reliable power, however, not at all can save an astonishingly idéforladt and saddening plat album.
If Gaga is the future, so is the good music of the past.
the Cover for Lady gaga's new album, 'Chromatica', which includes cameos by Elton John, and Ariana Grande.