From Friday, Lady Gaga will launch Gaga Radio radio show at Apple Music’s Beats 1, which will focus on the dance and creation of her latest album, Chromatica,media reported. Lady Gaga has been interviewed several times on Apple’s Beats 1 radio, and now she’s finally got her own show to discuss her work. The show will air every Friday in the Pacific on August at 11 a.m.
Apple Music and Lady Gaga announced the new show Wednesday as they celebrate the release of their new album, “Chromatica.” The program will be conducted in the form of interviews and she will discuss the album and its impact with her partners.
Lady Gaga’s show will feature an exclusive DJ mix from one of the guests. Listeners will be able to listen to Gaga Raodi live for free or play it after having an Apple Music subscription account.
Apple has been looking for ways to promote the Apple Music and Beats 1 brands. The company even paid Verzuz for the rights to the “Battle Series” of music. Beats1 is home to some super artists and their own radio shows. In 2019, Apple signed a rap show with BBC veteran Charlie Sloth.
Apple Music costs $9.99 a month and home users $14.99.