Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande storm through ‘Rain On Me’

Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande storm through ‘Rain On Me’
Lady Gaga, with some help from Ariana Grande, dropped her latest single, "Rain On Me," on Friday. (Greg Allen/Invision/AP, File)

Lady Gaga stormed through her latest single, “Rain On Me,” with some help from Ariana Grande.

The catchy song, released Friday morning, is the second to be released off Gaga’s upcoming “Chromatica” album. Gaga previously premiered “Stupid Love,” CNN reported. “Sine From Above,” from the same album, features Elton John.

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Gaga also released a music video of the song Friday afternoon.

In the video, the two singers take a trip to a faraway, futuristic land and dance with their respective crews, Variety reported. The skies open with rain, although Gaga later has to deal with knives falling from the skies.

“I’d rather be dry but at least I’m alive,” Gaga and Grande sing in the second chorus.

Gaga and Grande are dressed in plastic and leather and dance in a rainstorm against a futuristic backdrop. The video ends with both singers hugging.

“Chromatica” was initially scheduled for an April 10 release but Gaga announced in March she was postponing its debut because of the coronavirus pandemic, CNN reported.

The album will be released May 29 on Interscope Records.