Ariana Grande and Girl Gaga have launched their new single, “Rain on Me,” with music video for the catchy tune to drop Saturday.
The collaboration was born after the 2 artists started mates, which Gaga admits was as a result of Grande reaching out to her.
“She was so persistent,” Gaga informed Zane Lowe of Apple Beats 1. “She would strive time and again to be mates with me. And I used to be too ashamed to hang around together with her, as a result of I did not wish to mission all of this negativity onto one thing that was therapeutic and so stunning.”
That is the second music off Gaga’s upcoming 16-track Chromatica album, which additionally consists of the beforehand launched “Silly Love” and “Sine From Above,” that includes Elton John. Gaga additionally has collaboration observe with Blackpink.
“Chromatica” was initially scheduled for launch on April 10, however Gaga introduced in March that she was suspending its debut because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“That is such a busy and scary time for all of us,” she wrote on the time on Twitter. “And whereas I imagine artwork is among the strongest issues we have now to supply pleasure and therapeutic to one another throughout instances like this it simply would not really feel proper to me to launch this album with all that is occurring throughout this international pandemic.”
CNN’s Alicia Lee contributed to this report.