Iggy Azalea took to Instagram on Friday (October 17) to reveal the cover art for her new single, "Beg For It," featuring Danish singer MØ, and oh my god it's more '80s than Lionel Richie interrupting a Jazzercise class to ask Molly Ringwald, "Where's the beef?"
Iggy's shoulder pads will make you "Beg For It."
The Reclassified track -- which the "Black Widow" rapper plans to debut with a performance on "Saturday Night Live" on October 25 -- doesn't sound particularly retro, at least not based on the snippet she previewed at a recent O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire concert.
But, who cares? The single cover is clearly Patrick Nagel-inspired, and that's all that matters.
From the styling and the panther to all that purple, there's definitely a heavy Patrick Nagel influence on the single cover art.
The artist, who died in '84, was known for his color-blocked illustrations of highly sexualized, badass-looking female subjects.
He famously did the cover for Duran Duran's 1982 album, Rio.
And this visual of a bawwwwwwwwse-looking woman in sunglasses. I may or may not have found a framed poster of this on the side of the road. I may or may not have it hanging in my living room.
Is pop having a Nagel-throwback moment? Sky Ferreira got her Nagel on in her 2013 video for "You're Not The One."
Always here for a little "Je ne sais Nagel."