The rumored 3-D music video is unveiled in its standard form with BoA and her male companions invading the dance floor.
"Hurricane Venus" music video from BoA has made its way out for fans' viewing pleasure. It sees the South Korean recording artist going through several costume changes and doing her best dance routine with several male extras.
A 3-D version of the video is rumored to have been made with the help from Pace HD, the cinematography team behind James Cameron-directed hit movie "Avatar". Coming out in a standard form, the video itself indeed has an array of special effects which are sure to give an eye-popping experience in 3-D.
BoA is going to list the song in an album of the same name "Hurricane Venus" which has been released in South Korea on August 5. This effort marks the tenth anniversary of her career debut and becomes her first Korean-language album since 2005 "Girls on Top".
Beside having a new album, BoA reportedly is also set to make acting debut in a new Hollywood dance movie. The 23-year-old singer allegedly will star in a not-yet-titled film directed by "Save the Last Dance" screenwriter Duane Adler.
BoA's "Hurricane Venus" music video