Rina Sawayama & Charli XCX Have Both Teased Their Involvement In A Lady Gaga 'Chromatica' Remix Album

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  • Rina Sawayama & Charli XCX Have Both Teased Their Involvement In A Lady Gaga 'Chromatica' Remix Album
    POSTED May 14 2021

    Charli XCX & Rina Sawayama
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    It looks like there's a remix album of Lady Gaga's 2020 album Chromatica on the way and the guest list is shaping up to be pretty damn fine.

    At the BRIT Awards this week, Rina Sawayama answered a question about her involvement in the record saying, "I've done my bit, let's just say that."

    "It's a song that was hard to sing with my new braces."

    She then said that it was hard for her to pronounce the letter 'F' leading fans to assume that she was talking about Free Woman.

    Meanwhile, Charli XCX confirmed that she's working on a remix of 911 telling Chromatica producer Bloodpop, "The creation process has begun."

    "I'll send you an idea this week," she tweeted.

    The remix album has been teased by producer Bloodpop for a while now. He hinted at it at the start of April and has since tagged Charli, Sawayama, and Dorian Electra in tweets.

    There's no word yet on when we can actually expect the record but it's promising to hear that there are artists turning in their parts for it. The pop remix album is coming back in a big way with Dua Lipa leading the charge last year with Club Future Nostalgia. 

    Gaga is yet to talk about the project. She's been in Italy filming the movie House Of Gucci. 

Submitted by Sam.Murphy on Fri, 14/05/2021 - 03:09

Charli XCX & Rina Sawayama
Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images

It looks like there's a remix album of Lady Gaga's 2020 album Chromatica on the way and the guest list is shaping up to be pretty damn fine.

At the BRIT Awards this week, Rina Sawayama answered a question about her involvement in the record saying, "I've done my bit, let's just say that."

"It's a song that was hard to sing with my new braces."

She then said that it was hard for her to pronounce the letter 'F' leading fans to assume that she was talking about Free Woman.

Meanwhile, Charli XCX confirmed that she's working on a remix of 911 telling Chromatica producer Bloodpop, "The creation process has begun."

"I'll send you an idea this week," she tweeted.

The remix album has been teased by producer Bloodpop for a while now. He hinted at it at the start of April and has since tagged Charli, Sawayama, and Dorian Electra in tweets.

There's no word yet on when we can actually expect the record but it's promising to hear that there are artists turning in their parts for it. The pop remix album is coming back in a big way with Dua Lipa leading the charge last year with Club Future Nostalgia. 

Gaga is yet to talk about the project. She's been in Italy filming the movie House Of Gucci. 

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