he English rock band “The Rolling Stones” has released a new song titled “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” which is part of their upcoming album “Hackney Diamonds”.
What sets this track apart is the addition of Lady Gaga’s vocals and Steve Wonder’s music. They have enriched this composition with their powerful vocals and skillful piano playing.
Mick Jagger had previously praised Gaga’s vocal abilities, calling her a “true great singer.” He emphasized that during the recording of “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” she showcased her impressively unique musical interpretation.
The band’s leader also noted that their collaboration was a challenge for everyone, but the artist quickly adapted to the musicians’ style. On her Instagram account, the singer shared how she accidentally ended up singing in a duet with “The Rolling Stones.”
“I was in the studio, preparing for ‘Joker,’ getting ready to go home, and someone said, ‘Mick wants to see you.’ I walked down the hall to the other end of the studio and opened the door. It was like a portal to the ’70s,” Gaga wrote.
Furthermore, the star added that Jagger asked her if she wanted to stay with them while they were recording their new album. “I sat on the floor, then someone handed me headphones and a microphone. I listened to the music, trying to learn the melody, and then started improvising and harmonizing.” By the way, “The Rolling Stones” will release their first album in 18 years. It will be a true eclectic mix of genres, ranging from rock ballads to dance and country.