Weird Al is taking on Iggy Azalea's sassy single "Fancy" for the fourth in his planned eight days of music video releases to promote his new album, Mandatory Fun. As he did with his parody of Lorde's "Royals" yesterday, Al twists "Fancy" into a strange sort of advertisement — this time for handyman services in a song appropriately titled "Handy." It's hard to keep up with Azalea's energy, but as you'd expect, Al does an impressive job of translating it into the voice of his overly enthusiastic handyman.
Al has taken on a number of big hits already in his week of videos. Aside from "Royals," he also parodied Pharrell's "Happy," and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."