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Lady Gaga has released the highly-anticipated music video for 911.
Gaga teased the video as a “Short Film” on Twitter and Instagram, and according to YouTube it will have a run time of 4:43.
The video premiered at 12pm EST on YouTube and on MTV.
911 is Chromatica’s 8th track, right after the iconic Chromatica II, that went viral on TikTok.
Gaga first talked about the song back in May, on her interview with Zane Lowe for Beats1. The song talks about an antipsychotic the singer takes because she can’t control her brain.
”I have incredible doctors, they do not give me any kind of narcotic, when I sing Pop a 911, it’s not an opioid, I don’t take any pain medication because it’s not healthy for me.”
911 already has its first live performance, with Gaga having performed it live at the 2020 MTV VMAs, alongside the transition from Chromatica II.
The video is full of symbolism. It tells the story of Gaga’s experience using pain medication. She suffers an accident and lose conscience. She then wakes up on a different realm where her mind plays tricks on her with elements from the real world, from the accident she just suffered.
Bellow you can find the list of references from the music video we put together: