Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande release “Rain on Me” collab

When two pop megastars collide.

“Rain on Me,” Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated Chromatica collaboration with Ariana Grande, is out now.

The high-energy dance pop track was produced by hitmakers BloodPop, Burns and Tchami. It also marks the pop superstars’ first-ever collaboration, which Gaga had previously described to Paper as a “celebration of all the tears.” “It’s two women having a conversation about how to keep going and how to be grateful for what you do,” she said of their joint effort.

“I’d rather be dry, but at least I’m alive / Rain on me, rain, rain / Rain on me, rain, rain / I’d rather be dry, but at least I’m alive,” the singers belt over the house- and disco-inspired tune.


“Rain on Me” is the second track from Gaga’s upcoming LP Chromatica, which will also include the previously released single, “Stupid Love.” The album arrives next Friday and will feature guest spots from Elton John and K-pop group BLACKPINK.

Grande, on the other hand, released the charity single “Stuck With U” with labelmate Justin Bieber earlier this month. All proceeds from that song will go to the First Responders Children’s Foundation to fund scholarships and additional financial aid for the children of healthcare workers and other frontliners.

A music video for “Rain on Me” is expected to drop over the weekend. In the meantime, check out their collab below:


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