SEOUL -- Lady Gaga, an American singer well known for extravagant performances, has collaborated with K-pop girl band BLACKPINK to release a new song.
The collaboration between the 34-year-old singer and the four-member K-pop icon was revealed through an image uploaded onto Lady Gaga's Twitter on April 23. The image showed the tracklist for Lady Gaga's new album "Chromatica", including the 10th track of the album "SOUR CANDY WITH BLACKPINK".
Fans have speculated over a possible joint work between the top performers representing the western and eastern music scene. YG Entertainment said in a statement in early March that BLACKPINK is working on a lot of projects, but there was no mention on Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga's surprise announcement garnered some 117,000 comments from excited K-pop fans in less than seven hours. "CANT WAIT FOR GAGAPINK WORLD DOMINATION," said Twitter user annascup. Another user Supremepinks said: "LETS GO LADY GAGA & BLACKPINK - SOUR CANDY!! BOP OF THE CENTURY IS COMING!!"
Other artists who have collaborated with Lady Gaga included British singer Elton John and American pop singer Ariana Grande.
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