Lady Gaga announced the premiere date of her song for Top Gun: Maverick

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The long-awaited sequel to Top Gun, which will see Tom Cruise return as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, is only a month away from hitting theaters. As desperate as we are (especially after so many pandemic delays), we’re getting closer to seeing Cruise training TOP GUN’s outstanding group of graduates for a specialized mission the likes of which no living pilot has ever seen, but Lady Gaga It has what it takes to appease our wait.

“Hold My Hand” was written by the artist behind “Bad Romance” for the film, Top Gun: Maverick, with production by Gaga herself along with BloodPop, and additional production by Benjamin Rice. The song, written by the House of Gucci star, is featured in the film which will be released on May 27 in all theaters around the world, but the song will pre-release on YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music on May 3.

In the previous weeks, Gaga was anticipating the premiere of the song with some tweets in which she advanced some of the lyrics of the song, and this morning, the artist published a long thread on Twitter where, in addition to confirming the date of premiere of the song, explained the exciting creative process behind the composition that prepared for the long-awaited sequel.

“Hold My Hand” will likely end up hands down as a top contender for the Best Original Song Oscar in 2023. Gaga won her first Oscar in the category in 2019, thanks to the groundbreaking song that stuck to hearts. of all audiences in the world, “Shallow”, which he composed for the film A Star is Born, directed by and starring Bradley Cooper. Shallow’s song, which was written by Gaga with Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rossomando, played an important role in the story of the film, and it seems that the same will happen with “Hold My Hand”.

“When I wrote this song for Top Gun: Maverick, I didn’t even realize how multi-layered the heart of the film was, my own psyche, and the nature of the world we’ve been living in. I’ve been working on it for years, perfecting it, trying to make it our own,” Gaga explained on Twitter. “I wanted to turn the music into a song in which we share our deep need to be understood and try to understand each other: a longing to be close when we feel so far away, and an ability to celebrate life’s heroes.”

The film’s score is a collaboration of composers including Harold Faltermeyer (who was behind the original film’s music), and two-time Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer, who won his second Oscar. the past installment by Dune. Lorne Balfe, who worked on Mission: Impossible – Fallout, also contributed to the film’s score.

The song will be released on various music platforms next Tuesday, May 3, and you can activate a specialized reminder for its premiere from this link that Gaga published on her networks. For its part, Top Gun: Maverick will be released in theaters around the world on May 27.

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