Iggy Azalea needs a hero, but it looks like the only person that can save her is herself. The pop star releases the full music video for her "Savior" record with Quavo, which shows her battling against her two sides inside of a church.

The artistic visuals, which were directed by Colin Tilley, show Azalea inside of a church lit up with neon lights as she sports a matching halo. After being baptized, Iggy comes out of the darkness and saves her soul for the better good. To flaunt her signature figure, the video has a few shots of her donning some scantily-clad ensembles as she surrounds herself with neon lighting in the shape of angel wings.

While Quavo doesn't seem to appear in the video, his vocals on the hook are still playing in the background as Iggy partakes in her religion transition.

The video comes a couple of weeks after it was revealed that Iggy parted ways with Def Jam to move to Island Records following some label disputes. She even aired out her grievances with Def Jam CEO Steve Bartels on Twitter in the midst of her trying to rollout her Digital Distortion album, which was supposed to drop last year.

Watch the music video for Iggy Azalea's "Savior" record with Quavo below to see it all unfold.

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