Poppy is on a roll — she's dropped a string of hard-hitting singles over the past few months, she stole the show at WWE's NXT event last week, she just announced a big U.S. tour for early 2020 and, of course, she has her highly anticipated new album, I Disagree, set for release in January. She's on a roll and she's not gonna let anyone get in her way. In the stark, action-packed music video for her new single "BLOODMONEY," the genre-busting artist takes that mission very seriously as more than a few would-be assailants do try to get in her way — and face the fury of her fists, kicks and crowbar as a result. Poppy takes them down and doesn't appear to even break a sweat, maintaining her chic composure in a very high-shouldered latex getup all the way up through her climactic ascension on a neon-red cross. As for the song, it's a gnarled, industrialized stomper complete with a wailing guitar solo. Listen and watch above.
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