Last weekend, Lady Gaga introduced her posh art film “G.U.Y.” Depending on your view, Lady Gaga is known for artistry or antics and The Haus of Gaga’s “G.U.Y” or “Girl Under You” delivered. Visually compelling, “G.U.Y.” is reminiscent of her extravagant abstract video concepts like “Bad Romance” and “Paparazzi.”

Gaga’s previous tracks have all focused on a particular theme connected with a striking visual character. Her album, The Fame, was dance pop. Less about boys, fun and fame, The Fame Monster was visually darker, gothic, and the music focused on the depth and dependency and independence of love with “Monster”, “Dance in the Dark”, “Telephone” and “Teeth.” Born This Way went rock and electronic. Now with Artpop, Gaga becomes the goddess. This begs the question: why wasn’t this concept not released first?

Fans had to wait, but the video lives up to true Gaga form.

What do you think about Lady Gaga’s G.U.Y.?

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