Expectant before the arrival of Chromatica, Lady Gaga is giving us some snacks before the arrival of LG6. If you already the whole world echoed to the release of Stupid Love (with filtration included), shortly after we surprised with your version more robotic.
Because if something difference Lady Gaga is that its ability to leave you speechless it seems inexhaustible. The last time it has done has been of the hand of Paper Magazinemagazine that on the cover this month and in which we may behold the pop diva as a hybrid between human and machine. However, Gaga it has not been the first to get under the “skin” of a robot, but not have been less shocking.
Katy Perry in 365
Together with the DJ Zeddin this video was Katy Perry who was put in the role of an android in the most intriguing. The more pure style Black Mirrorthe video clip shows the difficulties that can appear in an experiment of coexistence between humans and machines. A story the less scary, and with a performance more than acceptable on the part of the interpreter Roar.
Lil Nas X in Panini
It was precisely the song that would take up the baton of the world famous Old Town Road with Billy Ray Cyrus with that Lil Nas X it would get to the heart of the universe futuris in the style of Blade Runner.
Backstreet Boys in Larger than life
The single that gave the name to his Las Vegas show in 2017 and whose video clip, despite the fact that to day of today, we do not find it very surprising, at the time of its launch in 1999, it was all a technological revolution. And that is, to transform the kids Backstreet Boys robots cost more than two million euros.
On the other hand, there are other cases in which there are the artists who become the androids, but which are shown immersed in a universe in the most pure style Terminator. It is the case of Rock That Body of The Black Eyed Peas, in which the four members of the group are fighting against their technological enemies.
But they are not the only ones who have set any of your videos into environments for the future. The popular song Put Your Hands Up For Detroit of Fedde Le Grandpractically a hymn in the electronics, fills the screen of robots nurse manufactured in series, as well as Filthy of Justin Timberlakein the that the machines acquire a major role.