Iggy Azalea’s new video is F-I-E-R-C-E.

The Australian rapper has been quietly working on sophomore album In My Defence since announcing that she was going independent, and now she’s unleashed the first taste of what’s to come with new single Sally Walker.

“Little Sally Walker, walkin’ down the street, she didn’t know what to do, so she jumped in front of me,” she chants on the twerkable, club-ready track.

Even better, she’s enlisted the help of a bunch of queer talent for the music video, including Drag Race favourites Vanessa ‘Vanjie’ Mateo, Mayhem Miller and Shea Couleé, and makeup artist James Charles, who also painted her face.

Iggy has made no secret of her love for both drag queens and RuPaul’s Drag Race, tweeting back in January: “I have so much respect & love for drag queens. They make me feel like such a boring bitch.

“The amount of sheer personality alone put into the looks & performances really is something we could all take notes on.”

Watch the gag-worthy video, which takes place at a funeral, below.