Iggy Azalea, who has talked about making music videos on a shoe-string when she was starting out, appears to have pulled out all the stops for her upcoming “Black Widow” video.
Azalea released a 17-second teaser clip today (Aug. 11) that suggests she’s going big budget production from start to finish.
The song, which features UK singer Rita Ora, is already crashing the Top 10 on iTunes.
Iggy is no slouch when it comes to videos now that she’s made the big-time. She’s been nominated for seven awards at the MTV Video Music Awards this year.
Her nominations include Video of the Year, Best Best Female Video and Best Pop Video. No rap nominations, which is odd since she’s a rapper.
She’ll also make her debut at the show, performing “Black Widow” with Ora, according to MTV.
The awards ceremony airs live from The Forum in Los Angeles on Aug. 24. Usher, Ariana Grande, 5 Seconds of Summer, Maroon 5 and Beyonce are also slated to perform.
Director X worked the cameras behind-the-scenes onIggy’s new video. In the teaser two women dance in silhouette against a blue screen. The scene definitely has a Far East vibe and some reports claim it will have a “Kill Bill” theme.
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