Lady Gaga has shared details about a new song, “Hold My Hand,” which will appear in the film with Tom Cruise Top Gun: Maverick.
Speaking on social media, Gaga explained that she had been working on the issue “for many years,” and spoke honestly about what the process involved and the end result.
“When I wrote this song for Top Gun: Maverick, I did not realize how multifaceted the heart of the film was, my own psyche, and the nature of the world in which we lived,” he wrote.
“I’ve been working on it for many years, making it perfect, trying to make it our own. I wanted to make music as a song in which we both share our deep need to understand and try to understand each other, the nostalgia of the world, the closeness of the heroes of life.
After thanking the song ‘s main collaborators, the 36 – year – old artist added: “This song is a love letter to the world during and after a very difficult time. I have been asking you to hear it for a long time. And I am glad to hear it. ” give it to him on May 3. ”
Produced by Gaga, BloodPop® and Benjamin Rice, the film also includes production and music by Harold Faltermeyer and Hans Zimmer.
‘Hold My Hand’ is out on May 3rd – you can pre – order it here, and check out the latest trailer for the soundtrack film below.
Top Gun: Maverick will finally hit theaters on May 27 this year, following many delays for the project, including four due to crown virus restrictions. The release of the film was originally scheduled for July 12, 2019.
Along with Cruise, the team includes Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer, who reprises their role as Iceman.