Lady Gaga Is Happy on Her Birthday, And She’s Writing Some of Her ‘Best Music’

It’s Lady Gaga’s birthday, and she’s giving out the presents — in the form of a glowing update on her new music.

The 38-year-old pop star shared a warm post on her big day, March 28, one that’s been full of joy and messages of kindness.

“Today has been so special,” she writes on Instagram. “I can’t remember a time I was so happy on my bday. I am in love with my best friend, my family and friends are loving and kind and healthy. I feel like my heart is bursting with gratitude for my own health and MUSIC.”

Gaga reflects on her busy work schedule, which includes the sequel to Todd Phillips’ Joker, for which she suits up as Harley Quinn alongside lead Joaquin Phoenix, and new music.



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“I am writing some of my best music in as long as I can remember,” she enthuses.

Seeing messages from her Little Monsters from “all over the world,” plus artists and “publications that love my work it means so much to me,” she continues. “Thank you for loving me the way you do and for having such a real love for my songs.”

It’s been almost four years since Lady Gaga dropped Chromatica, her sixth studio album, and a return to her dance-inspired roots on singles such as “Stupid Love,” the hit Ariana Grande collaboration “Rain on Me” and “Free Woman.” Chromatica debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in June 2020, for her sixth leader.

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Though little is known of the direction and style of her next musical era, Gaga has confirmed via social media that she’s “not making a rock album.”

In her latest post, Gaga, wearing a black leather jacket behind the wheel of a car, and sporting bleached-blonde long hair and eyebrows, hints at pop matters to come.

“I’ve been writing pop songs since I was a little girl I can’t believe I still get to do what I love,” she writes. “This year will be an important and meaningful year for us I know. Music changes people lives I’m so honored I get to be a part of that in this.”

Last year, Gaga appeared as a guest vocalist on the gospel-tinged Rolling Stones song “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” from the legendary British rockers’ LP Hackney Diamonds.

Joker: Folie à Deux is due out in cinemas on Oct. 4. The first Joker, based on the D.C. Comics villain, became the first R-rated movie in history to accumulate $1 billion at the box office.

See Gaga’s post below.


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