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Lady Gaga is getting back into the music video game with her latest video “G.U.Y.” from her most recent album ARTPOP.

Check out the music video for “G.U.Y.,” which debuted today on NBC’s Dateline.

The video, which is all about bending gender stereotypes and sexuality in general, features some of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills from Bravo.

It has been seven months since Gaga’s first video from ARTPOP was released. The “Applause” music video was released in August of 2013.

The second single from ARTPOP has been through quite a few changes. The original first and then second single from ARTPOP was meant to be “Venus.” The debut single was changed by Lady Gaga’s record label to “Applause.” Then following the early release and subsequent positive response by fans to “Do What U Want,” Lady Gaga announced that it would be the second single, pushing the Gaga-produced track “Venus” back again.

There were reports that a video was filmed for “Do What U Want” with R. Kelly last fall, but no footage or photos were ever released. During The Voice finale, Lady Gaga surprised everyone by doing a duet to the song with judge Christina Aguilera. Shortly thereafter a studio version of the song was released on iTunes. “Do What U Want” hit radio with moderate success, but no music video was ever released.

Things had been quiet about what Gaga’s next ARTPOP move would be until recently when it was being reported she was filming a new music video at a castle in California. This week Lady Gaga appeared on various news outlets announcing that “G.U.Y.” would be the official second single, with the video debuting today on Dateline.

The music video release comes at a great time, as Lady Gaga is about to embark on ArtRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour.

Watch the first ARTPOP music video “Applause” below to refresh!

What do you think of Gaga’s latest video for “G.U.Y.”?

  • http://hypable.com John Thrasher

    This might be one of my favorites!!!

  • http://www.korracast.com/ Fravit

    The Lego-Gaga resurrecting MJ and Jesus while playing Minecraft is where I decided that she’s just trolling us all at this point.

    • Manuel Perez

      It might just be a tribute to the minecraft parody of her song that she twitted about.

      • Lindsey

        It is! Haha. And that minecraft youtuber was in there. SkyDoesMineCraft.

  • WrittenByArose

    much better, i now have faith for the artpop ball

  • http://lauraej.tumblr.com/ Laura Jurgensmeyer

    This is one of my favorite songs from ARTPOP, and I love this video!

  • Manuel Perez

    This is epic, I can’t believe I am saying this, but I think this beats Bad Romance.

    • Tucker Conley

      No way in my opinion its not even close to Bad Romance.

    • Michael Jackson

      Yes g.u.y video is better than bad romance, but bad romance is better song tan g.u.y.

    • http://hypable.com John Thrasher

      I have to disagree on this one. Bad Romance spanned the globe. People who weren’t even fans of her loved the video!

      • Garrett Pletcher

        That doesn’t necessarily mean Bad Romance is a better video. Tik Tok charted higher than BR the same year…does that make it a better song? We’ll have to wait and see what kind of impact this video has but it has surpassed Bad Romance as my favorite video.

    • Lindsey

      Me too. I like this video more than Bad Romance and that is saying something!

  • Matty

    That was horribly awesome!

  • Matty

    OMG and that guy in the gold trunks on the raft with her…OH YAS HUNEY!

  • Guest

    -Comes out as Chairkiesha-
    I heard u wuz talkin shyt!

  • Tucker Conley

    Hmm.. I like Dope or Gypsy for a Single.

    • Plat

      This is only the second video off the album, maybe they will be singles in the future? I definitely want to see Gypsy as a video.

  • popprincess5678

    This is incredible, I have been so disappointed with her video’s recently but this is bang on form, she looks sensational!

  • let down

    I am from the area near Hearst Castle where this was filmed. It was hugely controversial that Lady Gaga was granted access to film here because we are in a severe drought in San Simeon and she wanted the pool refilled. Hearst Castle only allowed her to film if she refilled it and promoted the Castle to a younger generation to come visit it (it is a State Park.) I did not see any of that in this video. It is just a “castle in California.” and this article is an example of how people dont really notice or care where it is filmed, but instead argue if it is her best video or not. The people of the central coast are going to be really let down that gaga did not promote this small town and its main attraction like she promised. Feeling a little used by this little diva

    • Gaga

      ?? we young little monsters aren’t watching the video.?? we are also watching the castle too.. it gained some mention and was a big buzz on the net..Gaga at the Hearst Castle.. Please Know Your facts well.. Gaga Donated 250 000 $ to promote it and to refill it..

    • josh

      1st point she thanked ye in the credits.
      2nd I have heard and learned of Hearst due to gaga.
      3.I have fallen in love with the place because of gaga.
      4. I heard of the drought and have said a prayer because of gaga for ye.

    • Lindsey

      I’m from South Africa and if it wasn’t for Gaga or the video, I wouldn’t even know the castle exsisted. She spoke about it endlessly on twitter and in interviews so I think she got the word out to everyone including younger people.

  • jkredwine

    Gaga’s been having a hard time with this album, partly because it’s so disjointed. But, like this video, the whole of ARTPOP is absolutely greater than the sum of its parts. It’s not a simple pop concept album like The Fame Monster or a tribute album to her influences like Born This Way. ARTPOP is a meandering listen, like Gaga’s hip-recovery party playlist was warped through the Abromovic and Koontz schools of artistic production. It’s Gaga questioning value statements about high art and attempting to restructure the narrative around her music.

    The releases for Applause and Do What U Want had very little Gaga in them, and served as poor framing for the album. Here we get a much better vision of what ARTPOP’s aesthetic and mood is meant to be. It’s as playful as Gaga has ever been: it’s garish, irreverent, sexy, silly, and outright absurd. It’s artistic in the most melodramatic and pop-PoMo of ways. But it’s still new and true to the message she’s been promoting since the album’s release. I could’ve down without three other songs from the album in the video, but I’m glad to see her back on form.

    • Lindsey

      I agree. It’s so broad and not as personal to me as Born This Way.

    • http://hypable.com John Thrasher

      “ARTPOP is a meandering listen, like Gaga’s hip-recovery party playlist was warped through the Abromovic and Koontz schools of artistic production.”

      I mean, if I were your professor, I’d give you an A+ in rhetorical analysis! Bravo!

  • Lindsey

    I thought the video was awesome! So much detail, great sets, and fashion. Every time I watch it, I see something new in the backgorund. Like an Alfonso Cuaron movie haha. Great work Haus of Gaga! One of the best pop videos in a long time for sure.

  • Redruler

    I’m Waiting For Do What U Want <3

  • Phebia Duke

    She’s clearly showing who the illuminati is wanting to sacrifice next. Same as she did to warn her Lina Morgana was gonna be sacrificed.

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