Bubble Butt is an electronic dance/hip hop song by Major Lazer and their fourth single from their album "Free the Universe". It features Bruno Mars, Tyga and Mystic on vocals. It was Major Lazer's first commercial single to enter the Billboard Hot 100, topping out at number 56 and reached number eight on the Dance Club Songs chart. It was also a number one hit in Lebanon and South Korea.
But(t) just as, if not more famous than the song itself is its accompanying music video. A Fanservice-heavy, NSFW Mind Screw of a music video. But then again, what do you expect from Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric fame?
It features three women with sea blue hair and makeup are listening to dolphin noises on their phones. That's when flying giantess named "Buttzilla" lands in front of their appartment building. Buttzilla then produces hoses from her mouth that inflate the women's butts, before she turns their appartment into a nightclub and throws a dance party. And that's just the start of the strangeness.
The video can be viewed here, but keep in mind, it's probably NSFW: 
"Miserable" contains examples of:
- Attack Of The50ft Whatever: Buttzilla is a giant woman who flies, inflates women's butts, and can blow bubbles that create/summon backup dancers when they pop.
- Incredibly Lame Fun: The three cyan-haired women in the apartment spend their time listening to dolphin noises and standing around half out of it. That is, until Buttzilla shows up, inflates their asses, and turns their appartment into a dance party.
- The Invisible Band: Bruno Mars, Tyga and Mystic do not physically appear in the music video at all. Instead, the video is entirely populated with beautiful, scantily clad, women writhing around on a dancefloor.
- Stuffy Old Songs About the Buttocks: With a name like "Bubble Butt", the song was obviously going to be singing the praises of an attractive backside. Though the music video has an interesting twist on the concept with the fact that the dancers in the video consist of women with various butt sizes and shapes. This was because the director wanted to show butt types that he felt were underrepresented in music videos.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The three women at the beginning have cyan-blue hair, which matches their blue makeup.