Lady Gaga is back in a shiny pink, ready to dance the war with some of the more graceful monks to rule over Chromatica.
That sounds like a description of a plot in a recent dystopian movie, but it's actually the basis for Gaga's latest music video, which brings her to life with the title "Special Love". In fact, it does more for popcorn cinema design than many coaches out there today. Who needs another Hunger Games spinoff where you can find the Chromatica saga?
The video starts off with a title card that does some of the most uplifting of the world about the wars of the world, the Spirit at sleep, and the kind punks who fight for anything mysterious Christatica. We hike to the top of the desert, which has crystal-clear peaks. Is it another planet? Is it the world, thousands of years after the fall of mankind? Is it another size altogether?
The remainder of the video features Lady Gaga in a variety of hot pink dresses, dancing with groups of people of different colors – each with its own little logo. At first it feels like a fighting style of dance, but eventually they all come together in one big celebrati on.
So much for the fantastic mix of sci-fi B movies, dystopian wastelands, and magical girl aesthetics. I'm looking for a complete version of the game. I want a spinoff that focuses on each group of colors, inferiority and chronological structure of Chromatica. I want a full line of sales and animated series based on this deep mythos.
Lady Gaga has never been one to impress in her music video production. Many fans think that "Chromatica" will be the name of Lady Gaga's new album and that each track will focus on a different color. This could mean more music videos set in this country, and more testing of what's happening here.
We're ready, Lady Gaga. Take this trip to Chromatica.