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Starring Trixie Mattel and 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestant Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, the visuals sees the 'Fancy' hitmaker playing a gold digger who kills her husband.

AceShowbiz - Following the success of "Sally Walker", Iggy Azalea has released another new single from her upcoming album "In My Defense" along with its accompanying video. Titled "Started", the visuals made its way out on Friday, May 3 and starred drag queens Trixie Mattel and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, the latter of whom also appeared in "Sally Walker" video.

Iggy plays a gold digger in the four-minute clip, which begins with her tying the knot with a rich old man in front of guests who appear to be suspicious of the female emcee. The scene then changes to show how the newlyweds are enjoying their life after their nuptials. Iggy is seen playing in the pool with her husband and pushing him through the halls of their mansion in a wheelchair.

As the video continues, Iggy slowly starts to grow tired of her husband and their relationship. That is, until another version of herself and Trixie promote a poison cake mix to kill her sugar daddy. "If your name's in his will and you want your bread/ Call 1-833-DADDYS-DEAD," they sing.

After killing her husband with the poison, the "Fancy" hitmaker inherits his fortune with the help of her realtor, who is played by "RuPaul's Drag Race" contestant Vanessa. The video ends with Iggy throwing a party with her friends as she enjoys her single life.

Both "Sally Walker" and "Started" will be included on Iggy's second album "In My Defense", along with "Freak of the Week". It will be her first album under Empire following her departure from Island Records. She signed a multi-million dollar distribution deal with the former label in November last year.

The exact release date for "In My Defense", which is executive produced by J. White Did It, has yet to be announced, but it is expected to hit the stores in spring of this year.

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