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Lady Gaga performs in Miami in February. Following a turn to traditional pop and roots rock on recent projects, the singles from her forthcoming sixth album, Chromatica, have indicated a return to the maximalist dance pop that first made her famous. Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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Rihanna performs with Pharrell Williams at her fifth annual Diamond Ball on Sept. 12, 2019. This January marks four years since her last full-length release. Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images hide caption

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From Dixie Chicks To Rihanna: Our Music Predictions For 2020

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Lady Gaga performs her song "Born This Way" during The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards on February 13, 2011. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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The 2010s: Queer Goes Mainstream

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Beyoncé performs onstage during Coachella on April 14, 2018. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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In the latest retelling of the Hollywood classic, Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) and Ally (Lady Gaga) are the stars to be born. Warner Bros. hide caption

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Lady Gaga channels David Bowie in a career-spanning, special-effects-laden tribute at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Changes You Forever': Lady Gaga On David Bowie And Being Brave

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Diane Warren co-wrote the song "Til It Happens to You" with Lady Gaga. It has been nominated for a Grammy and an Oscar for Best Song. Emily Shur/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Diane Warren On 'Til It Happens To You,' A Modern Anthem For A Hard Truth

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