Lady GaGa - LoveGame (Size: 118.46 MB)
Video: MPEG-2 video , 720x480, 29.97 fps, VBR (Constant quality), Maximum 6124 Kb/s
Audio: Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, Stereo, 256 kbps
"LoveGame" is an electropop song by American pop singer-songwriter Lady Gaga from her debut album, The Fame. The track was produced by RedOne, who also produced the worldwide hits "Just Dance" and "Poker Face". It is expected to be released as the album's third single in America and Europe (except in France and Switzerland) and the fourth single in Australia, New Zealand, France and Switzerland after "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)".
The music video of "LoveGame" was directed by Joseph Kahn and premiered on February 13, 2009. The video mainly takes place in a subway station. Although the video was shot in Los Angeles in January 2009 alongside with the music video for "Eh, Eh", but has a New York setting.
The video starts with the heading "Streamline presents" and three men moving through a a New York street. They open a man-hole cover on which is written "HAUS OF GAGA". Gaga is then shown naked with blue and purple paint and glitter and her body, frolicking with two men who has the words "Love" and "Fame" etched on their hair. The scene shifts to a subway where Gaga starts singing in a grey-white leotard with a hood. She carries her trademark 'disco stick' and wears sunglasses made of barbed wire. The chorus starts with Gaga and her dancers starting to dance in the station and down a staircase. Her trademark dogs, two harlequin Great Danes, are also shown on top of the staircase. They start traveling on the train where the second verse takes place amidst choreographed dance routines and Gaga wearing a black jacket. They then move on to a car-park. Gaga is then shown with the two men again and enters a ticket booth with an inspector. This next scene show Gaga make-shift kissing and the camera pans from right to left and the inspector changes from a man to woman in each frame. Gaga is also shown wearing a yellow watch a la "Eh, Eh" music video. The final scene incorporates Gaga in a choreographed dance routine with her backup dancers. The video ends with Gaga and her dancers holding their groin and gesturing towards the camera.