“Girl Gaga Shares How She Continues to Focus on Self-Improvement to Ward off Despair”

The 33-year old singer spoke with Paper Journal about her struggle with depression and her new album, “Chromatica”.

Gaga stated that while the document is a guide of her overcoming traumas she still struggles occasionally.

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She said, “Give it a rest. [Happiness] is not so simple.” “I have scientific despair. It’s like there’s something happening in my head where the serotonin and dopamine aren’t firing the same way, and I’m unable to get it. “If someone says, Come on, just be happy,’ I say, You f-ing be happy.”

The singer of “Unhealthy Romance”, said that her new songs were written during times of crisis.

It came from thinking about dying on certain days. Gaga said, “I was like, ‘I am going to die soon, so I better say something important.’” “Now that I hear it, I know I will live.”

She hopes “Chromatica,” her new album will “force people to rejoice, even in their saddest moments.” This is important to her because she believes she must “struggle every day” against her depression.

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“I work constantly on myself.” The singer admitted that she has bad days and good days. “Yeah I live in Chromatica. It took me a moment to get here, but that doesn’t mean I don’t remember what happened.”

Gaga urged her fans to find solace in Gaga’s new music.

She said: “So if you’re in pain and listening to music, just know that I know what it is like to be in pain.” “And I know what it is like to not let it ruin your life.”

The release date for “Chromatica”, which is scheduled to take place on April 10, has been set. Streaming is currently available for the lead single “Silly Love.”


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