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Iggy Azalea Goes Totally '80s For 'Beg For It' Cover Art

Do I detect a hint of Nagel?

Iggy Azalea took to Instagram on Friday (October 17) to reveal the cover art for her new single, "Beg For It," featuring Danish singer , 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."

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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.

Patrick Nagel

The artist, who died in '84, was known for his color-blocked illustrations of highly sexualized, badass-looking female subjects.

Patrick Nagel

He famously did the cover for Duran Duran's 1982 album, Rio.

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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.

Patrick Nagel

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."