The two ladies transform into sword-wielding samurais who team up to seek revenge on Ora's annoying boyfriend.
Iggy Azalea reunites with Rita Ora for the music video of their collaboration, "Black Widow". After recreating the iconic "Clueless" for Charli XCX-assisted "Fancy", the Australian raptress draws inspiration from Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film "Kill Bill" for the new cinematic visuals she released on Wednesday, August 13.
Azalea, who plays a waitress, gets pissed when taking order of a super annoying customer, Ora's rude boyfriend. She later imagines herself and her collaborator as sword-wielding samurais who team up to seek revenge on the obnoxious dude.
The action-packed clip was shot in Los Angeles by Director X. It also features guest appearances from Azalea's mentor T.I. and Michael Madsen who starred as Budd in "Kill Bill".
"Black Widow" was co-written by Katy Perry and serves as the latest single off Azalea's debut album "The New Classic". The 24-year-old femcee and Ora are scheduled to perform the song at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards on August 24.
Iggy Azalea's "Black Widow" (feat. Rita Ora) music video