SZA Teases Quentin Tarantino-Inspired Music Video For “Kill Bill”

SZA has teased the release of a music video for her SOS track “Kill Bill.”

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The short clip of the project sees SZA donning a latex suit, much like the one Uma Thurman wears in the Quentin Tarintino film of the same name—albeit in a fiery red color instead of the customary yellow. The standout track sees SZA fantasize about killing her ex and his new girlfriend. In the video clip, she hops on a motorcycle and heads on her way to get revenge.

The visual was directed by Christian Breslauer and is slated for release soon, although no date has been confirmed. Check out the clip below.

The snippet comes on the heels of the singer sharing a black-and-white video for another SOS track, Nobody Gets Me.

The album was released earlier this month after being teased for years. The LP played host to a number of stand-alone singles, including “Good Days,” “I Hate U” and “Shirt.” SOS also features collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, Travis Scott, and Don Toliver. In addition to commercial success, it achieved critical acclaim upon its release. It became her first No. 1 album following her 2017 release Ctrl.

SZA recently commented on the runaway success of the album in a since-deleted Instagram post, noting “God is excellent.”

She continued, “A number one album and two songs in the top ten is NOT what I expected. I’m bad at celebrating myself but I wanna thank everybody that rallied around me and positively reinforced me these last few years.”

She also hinted at a potential deluxe version of the album, “Thank you to every person that poured into this album. I love my team. Thank y’all for loving and arguing about the album Lmaoo. Imma take another swing at it for the deluxe then shut up for a while.”

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