M.I.A. Premieres Explosive 'Go Off' Music Video
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After debuting the song on BBC Radio 1, the 40-year-old rapper releases a music video directed by herself.

AceShowbiz - %cM.I.A.% has unveiled a self-directed music video for her new song "Go Off". The humanless video is full of construction trucks and explosions on rocky landscapes. The song is the lead single of her upcoming fifth studio album "A.I.M.", which is due out on September 9.

"Go Off", which is M.I.A.'s collaboration with %cSkrillex% and %cBlaqstarr%, was debuted on BBC Radio 1 on Thursday, July 14. During an interview with Annie Mac, the "Paper Planes" hitmaker said "A.I.M." would be her final record.

"It's the cleanest album I have," she said. "It's my last record so I just want it to be happy. There's no complaints on it. Yeah, I think [this is my last record]. I want time to go and do some other stuff. I'm sure I'll put music out and make music, but as an album it kind of just came together. I started making it after I made 'Borders', and it just seemed to write itself very quickly."

Of her "Go Off" video, M.I.A. said, "I really wanted to make a video with no human beings in it." The 40-year-old rapper noted that she had "a thousand extras and 125 crew [members]" for her "Borders" video.

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