Madonna’s daughter releases a homage to “Frozen” with the video for her single “Spelling.”
Madonna’s eldest daughter Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon has released the music video for her new single “Spelling” under her stage name Lolahol. The look of the video may remind some Madonna fans of the song “Frozen”.
Lourdes takes her mother as a role model for “Spelling”.
In the “Spelling” clip, which is decorated in black and blue tones, Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, aka Lolahol, presents herself in black clothes. She floats through a foggy forest and later transforms into a bird and then a Doberman. Afterwards you can see the singer completely naked and covered in her long black hair.
It is no coincidence that the look is reminiscent of her mother Madonna’s work “Frozen” (1998). The 26-year-old commented on her video via Instagram and explained that it was actually a homage to Madonna’s 1998 hit.
“This piece is very special. It’s a tribute to my mother’s timeless artwork, Frozen. This work has appeared countless times in my life and connects us both. I would be nothing without the woman who brought me into the world.”
Lolalol – “Spelling”:
“Frozen” was the first single from Madonna’s seventh studio album RAY OF LIGHT. In the accompanying music video, the 65-year-old also transforms into a bird and later into a Doberman. By appearing in black clothing and in the gloomy surroundings, the singer presented a new image. The single made it to number two in the German charts and won the award for “Best Visual Effects” at the MTV Music Video Awards in the same year.
Madonna – “Frozen”: