Lady Gaga finally announced the release date for her sixth studio album, Chromatica, on Monday (March 2) and her army of Little Monsters promptly sent social media into a tizzy with the news.
"I can't believe everything that's happening right now. It feels like 2011 all over again. I'm legit so emotional omgggg," one fan tweeted referencing the build-up to the 2011 release of Gaga's sophomore LP Born This Way. Another chimed in, "After 7 fking years we will have a new pop album."
Chromatica is set to be released April 10 via Interscope Records. Led by pop-tastic single "Stupid Love," the LP will feature 16 tracks on the standard edition with two or three additional bonus tracks on the deluxe version. It will serve as the superstar's first solo release since 2016's Joanne.