Everyone Is Obsessed With This Flawless Edit Of Lady Gaga And Kylie Minogue
"That was an actual orgasm I just had."
Last month, Lady Gaga released her highly anticipated sixth album, Chromatica.
It was a compact and complex listen: with 16 tracks running to just 44 minutes, there was a lot of ground covered in a short amount of time.
For the most part, reviews have been positive — tracks like ‘Sine From Above’ (featuring a somewhat bizarre Elton John vocal) and ‘911’ have become fan favourites alongside previously released singles ‘Rain On Me’ and ‘Stupid Love’.
‘911’, in particular, is a highlight of the record, with a pulverising bassline that recalls underrated cut ‘Government Hooker’ from Born This Way.
It’s not just the track itself, but the way it’s introduced — with a stunning and seamless transition from preceding instrumental ‘Chromatica II’. The moment has been memed to the moon and back:
— Iker Alvarez (@ikerlodigas) June 12, 2020
But today’s edit is by far the most goosebump-inducing. Twitter user Maxwell Fong posted his updated ‘Chromatica II’ transition last night, but instead of slipping into ‘911’, it goes into Kylie Minogue’s iconic ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’.
Hear for yourself:
Chromatica II but it transitions into Can’t Get You out of My Head pic.twitter.com/UXQ7qTGt0M
— Maxwell Fong (@maxwell_fong) June 15, 2020
The reaction has been swift:
— Anthony Carmen (@nthonyCarmen) June 15, 2020
that was an actual orgasm i just had https://t.co/ThjqZAMRa2
— jackson langford (@jacksonlangford) June 16, 2020
— Juan Thee Stallion. (@juanlaverdev) June 15, 2020
this>>>>> l’originale pic.twitter.com/Rc1rCQMZN5
— Nick (@NicholasDeidda) June 15, 2020
It’s about time for a collab, we reckon.