SZA is teasing a new video for ‘Kill Bill’, the track taken from her latest album ‘SOS’.
A 20 second clip appears to be heavily influenced by the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name, with SZA getting dressed for revenge and riding off into the night on a motorcycle, just like Uma Thurman’s character in the movie.
The video, which is directed by Christian Breslauer, follows the release of a moody black and white video for ‘Nobody Gets Me’.
The project has earned the praise of former US President Barack Obama, who put ‘Shirt’ on his list of his favourite songs released in 2022 . Other tracks which made the list included ‘The Heart Part 5’ by Kendrick Lamar , ‘Tití Me Preguntó’ by Bad Bunny and ‘POF’ by Ari Lennox .
It was also revealed that ‘SOS; features a secret appearance from Lizzo, with producer Rob Bisel revealing that she is on the track ‘F2F’ in the form of a pitched-up vocal on its bridge. He also teased that there are “definitely a handful” of SZA songs featuring Lizzo.
A release date for the ‘Kill Bill’ video has yet to be confirmed, but fans have already been given a tantalising glimpse at what is to come.