Two months into 2021 and it's already been a whirlwind year for Azealia Banks. On the heels of her cross-country move from Los Angeles to Miami, Banks claimed earlier this week that she's engaged to graphic designer Ryder Ripps and that she's converting to Judaism for him. The recent fiancées have also been working on new creative projects together, and today they're sharing the first bit: a video for the Bon Vivant remix of "Miss Camaraderie," which appeared on Banks' 2014 album Broke With Expensive Taste.
Shot at Perez Art Museum Miami, the sleek and minimalist visual captures Banks at her best, voguing around George Segal’s biblical sculpture Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael. The video also marks one of director Ripps' first works since he jokingly took credit for the CIA's redesign at the top of the year. Check it out above.