Lady Gaga proclaims her "ARTPOP could mean anything" in her new music video, which features the singer in various wigs and states of undress.
The pop singer released the "ARTPOP" music video on Nov. 20, telling her more than 40 million Twitter followers the music video, which she calls a film, is the result of a "creative pop trip." The "ARTPOP" video can be viewed here (Warning: video contains suggestive content).
"Saw questions about ARTPOP film: This is me on a creative pop trip, I performed for 12 hrs straight. Me+Music+Pain+Creativity= ARTPOP X," Gaga tweeted.
Gaga appears in a number of wigs, outfits and, at times, nude in the "ARTPOP" music video, filmed against a white backdrop featuring a large "Binary Chair 01," created by BRC Designs. Lyrics from the song include, "Free my mind, ARTPOP / You make my heart stop."
The music video comes on the heels of the Nov. 11 release of Gaga's latest album, also titled "ARTPOP," which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart this week. Gaga also took to Twitter to thanks her fans for her second No. 1 album in the U.S.
"I'm so happy ARTPOP debuted at #1 in the US and is already platinum in countries all over the world! Thank you," Gaga tweeted.
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