SZA highly anticipated “Kill Bill” music video dropped his new music video for “Kill Bill” from his highly anticipated second album, SOS, on Tuesday. Directed by Christian Breslauer, SZA’s song “Kill Bill” video recreates the iconic fight scene against Crazy Eighty-Eight in the animated series by O-Ren Ishiiii and House of Blue Leaves. The scene is taken from the Quentin Tarantino movies of same name and begins with a scene that pays homage to Uma Thurman’s performance with Elle Driver (Daryl Hannah) in the trailer for Buddha and shows SZA posing in shibari, a kind of Japanese bondage. the ceiling.
The singer-songwriter plays friends in the video, engaging in a series of katana-wielding, leather-clad scenes on a funky motorcycle, Vivica A. Fox, one of the stars of Quentin Tarantino’s 2003 film of the same name, also features plenty of action-packed references. These include Bud’s trailer, samurai swords, and motorcycles, as well as O-Ren’s anime sequence and the iconic showdown against Krazy 88 at House of the Blue Leaves.
The video for “Kill Bill” was directed by Christian Breslauer and produced by London Elle, who previously worked on Ariana Grande’s “Thank U Next” and Lil Nas X’s “Industry Baby.”
SZA’s recently released SOS album spent four consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The record which dropped December 9, features Phoebe Bridgers, Don Tolliver, Travis Scott, and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, whose fellow Wu Tang Clan members provided the music for both episodes of Tarantino Kill Bill.
SZA sings its own version of Quentin Tarantino’s ‘ Bride, Seeking Her Own Revenge’. Directed by Christian Breslauer, he was paired with Vivica A. Fox, who played Vernita Greene (code name: Copperhead) in the original film, while preparing. for her education. Through the power of the anime, she learn the way of the sword. SZA has the last laugh as he spits out the bloody heart of his ex.