The duo gave a taste of the music's audio version yesterday and has kept the audience waiting for the official music video release.
For 'Chromatica', Gaga has collaborated with the likes of veteran music star Elton John, singer Ariana Grande and K-pop group Blackpink.
Over 70 artists and celebrities from across the world joined Gaga's concert to honour the frontline workers earlier this month.
A video of GaGa rooting for Shah Rukh is doing the round, which seems to be have taken from the "Shallow" hitmakers Instagram story.
"I'm honored to have been a part of One World #TogetherAtHome last night. Thank you @glblctzn and @ladygaga for your creativity and humanity, and congratulations on raising $127.9M for COVID-19 relief," she tweeted.
Over 70 artists and celebrities from across the world joined the concert to honour the frontline workers. The virtual concert, organised by the WHO and Global Citizen on Saturday
The musician had coordinated with the leaders from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other musicians to begin the show.
The mega concert has been in the headlines over the past weeks in India because Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra Jonas are also scheduled to be a part of it.
The details of the broadcast are yet to be announced
Lady Gaga on Wednesday took to Instagram to share the details of her sixth day of quarantine by sharing a picture with her boyfriend Michael Polansky.
"Chromatica" will be available in a variety of physical formats including standard CD, various vinyl colours, and cassette.
Gaga announced earlier this week that she was releasing "Stupid love" and its music video just weeks after the song was leaked online.
Gaga added, "In this moment, I want to channel my confusion, frustration, and fury into hope. Hope that we are there for each other and for ourselves."
The number of new members was slightly down on last year's 928, but still the second-largest in the academy's history.