Clear your October 21 (and honestly the entire week) because Gaga just announced the release of Joanne, her fifth album. The album, which is produced by Mark Ronson, will feature 11 songs, with another three available on the deluxe version.
Songwriter Hillary Lindsey, who has worked with Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood, also collaborated with Gaga on some of the music for Joanne.
The announcement was made on Zane Lowe’s Beats1 radio show where Gaga said the album would be finished in the next 48 hours, and it won’t be exclusive to any distributor. As mentioned by Elite Daily: “I told my label that if they signed those contracts with Apple Music and Tidal, I’d leak all my new music.”
Gaga adds: “There’s a bittersweetness to [finishing the album]. This isn’t the end just the end of this moment. It’s also the beginning of this moment.”
As for the title, Gaga mentioned she chose this name, because of her aunt Joanne, who died at the age of 19, due to lupus. Entertainment Weekly quotes Gaga, who says:
“When Mark and I wrote it, the decision to name the album that was in tribute to my father’s sister who died when she was 19. He was younger than her. She was very sick with lupus. The death of her in his family and life left a scar that never healed. As I returned to my home life and spending time with my friends and family and getting out of the mainstream limelight for a minute, the experiences of our family and our challenges that make us who we are. It’s everything about Joanne, which also happens to be my middle name (I was named after her). It’s all the toughness of the pain of losing her that made us all strong and made us who we are. She is the woman of my past who is becoming and helping me bring more of my honest woman self into the future.”
Gaga, considers Joanne to be one of her most honest and truthful albums. We are looking at a new Monster. An artist who started again.
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