Doja Cat just dropped a new music video for her song "Woman." And, as she's established in previous music videos, performances and fashion choices, our girl loves a good futuristic space theme. This time, though, she's taken it to a whole new level.
The artist partnered up with the nonprofit organization Girls Who Code, which aims to give access to and get more women and girls interested in programming and computer science. Together, they created an interactive experience they're calling the "first ever codable music video."
People can change things like the color of a character's nails, the size and number of petals that fall down on Doja Cat, the time of day in the video, and more. Once you're through with everything, there's a choice to download or share your video creation on social media.
Obviously, the "coding" part isn't too complicated, but the experience can be a nice introduction for people looking to get into programming. Of course, you could also just opt to watch the non-interactive version of the video, below.
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