Lady Gaga releases music video for emotional ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ ballad ‘Hold My Hand’

Lady Gaga releases music video for emotional 'Top Gun: Maverick' ballad 'Hold My Hand'

Lady Gaga fans, rejoice! The “Poker Face” Singer Just Dropped a Music Video for Her Top Gun: Maverick The ballad, “Hold my hand,” and – grab those tissues because – it’s a teardrop!

The 36-year-old singer’s music video features scenes from the upcoming film as well as emotional scenes from the original 1986 film. Gaga, at first, sits under one of the iconic planes featured in the film and pours her heart out as flash sequences of Tom Cruise — aka Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell — play with his late friend, Nick Bradshaw. Recalls about, better known as “the swan.” The music video was directed by the film’s director Joseph Kosinski.

The release came just days after Gaga teased the song on her social media. She explained that the track is “a love letter to the world”.

“When I wrote this song for Top Gun: Maverick“I didn’t even know it was at the heart of the film that the many layers, my own psyche, and the nature of the world we’re living in,” she explained in her caption to the post announcing the collaboration. Working on it, getting it done, trying to make it our own. I wanted to make the music into a song where we both share our deep need to understand and understand each other—the longing to be close when we feel far away and the ability to celebrate life’s heroes.”

Gaga worked on the single with music producers Bloodpop and Benjamin Rice. He thanked Cruz, Kosinski, and the film’s composer, Oscar winner Hans Zimmer, in his caption.

“Working with him has been a beautiful experience,” he said. “This song is a love letter to the world during and after a very difficult time. I want you to listen to it for so long. And I’m so excited to give it to you on May 3rd.”

Gaga’s collaboration with the film has turned into a society of mutual admiration. Last weekend, Cruise attended her show, and the singer shared a photo of them sharing a kiss together backstage on Instagram.

At the red carpet premiere earlier this week, Cruise told ET’s Nichelle Turner that Lady Gaga’s track is the “heartbeat” of the film.

The much-awaited sequel will hit the theaters on May 27.

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