Directed by Christian Breslauer, the “Kill Bill” clip begins with SZA (seemingly) fortunately in love earlier than her boyfriend ends their relationship. Immediately after the bombshell, a barrage of bullets hits her trailer because it falls beneath siege by a pair of gunmen who have been directed by the artist’s ex himself. From there, the video for the singer’s deceptively catchy single begins in earnest, as SZA fits up together with her sword to precise her revenge. Watch the clip under.
SOS earned SZA her well-deserved first No. 1 album, and it additionally had the fifth largest debut on the charts in all of 2022. She detailed the making of the report — which options contributions from Phoebe Bridgers, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and Travis Scott — in Consequence’s latest digital cover story. We additionally named SOS one of many top 50 albums of 2022.
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