Iggy Azalea reveals the music video for her brand new single, "Mo Bounce," the lead offering from her forthcoming sophomore album, Digital Distortion. In the clip, shot in Hong Kong by director Lil Internet (Beyoncé’s “No Angel”), the Austrailian rapper and a few females turn up in the streets. Iggy also gives us a little ass jiggling. "Little bit of ratchet, [Read More]
Iggy Azalea returns with her highly-anticipated new single, "Mo Bounce," the lead offering from her forthcoming sophomore album, Digital Distortion. Produced by The Stereotypes and Far East Movement, the record reiterates the bootylicious album cover, as the Australian rapper sets the club a blaze with the bouncy offering. A video was shot in Hong Kong and will drop on Friday. "Little bit of ratchet, [Read More]
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