Guapa is an addictive, ridiculous music video by the multimedia artist Paul Clay. The song itself is a masterful imitation of cheesy Latin pop, a mixture of silly enticements and typically suggestive lines. The video turns the dancing girls into abstract formations, spinning in time with the hyperactive beat. Guapa captures the tech-nostalgic Kid Pix aesthetic of artists like Ryan Trecartin, but Clay's video is much ore fun to watch. The facial expressions alone are priceless!