BloodPop, one of the main producers on Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album, Chromatica, has teased a potential remix album in the near future. “In theory – which artists would y’all want to see on a Chromatica remix album,” BloodPop writes on Twitter, “and on what song?”
Seemingly teasing a collaboration that’s in the producer’s sights for the follow-up record, BloodPop also mentions Rina Sawayama by name, with the singer subsequently sharing a screenshot of the post to her own Twitter.
That’s not the only hint at future Gaga collaborators, however. Responding to a call for Charli XCX to be featured on the song “911” — which premiered alongside a short film in September last year — BloodPop adds: “Working on it!”
Yet another suggestion involves releasing unreleased music from Gaga’s collaboration with the late producer and pop pioneer SOPHIE. “I feel like it would be a great honor to see her work,” reads the fan’s comment.
“I agree,” BloodPop replies. “But it’s up to her family and it’s imperative to respect their privacy at this time.”
I agree but it’s up to her family and its imperative to respect their privacy at this time
Having worked on Gaga’s Chromatica and 2016’s Joanne, BloodPop also previously collaborated with Rina Sawayama on “Lucid”, a single from the deluxe version of her self-titled debut album, Sawayama. Since then, the singer’s bagged a BRITs nomination, after helping to change the awards ceremony’s eligibility rules.