Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga announces new single ‘Stupid Love’

Time to freak out Little Monsters! Lady Gaga announced her new single “Stupid Love” will be released on Friday at midnight ET!

Announced on social media alongside the track’s glossy cover art, “Stupid Love” will be the first single to Gaga’s currently unnamed sixth album.

The news of the imminent release comes one month after the track allegedly leaked, causing mass pandemonium across the internet over the single’s ’80s-inspired sound. Though the single will be released under Interscope Records, production and writing credits have not been released yet.

Judging by the cover art, LG6 will be a departure from the stripped down material Gaga released with 2016’s Joanne and 2019’s A Star Is Born Soundtrack.

“Stupid Love” will be the singer’s first pop-release since the one-off single “The Cure.”

Stay tuned for more updates on LG6!

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