Iggy Azalea Reveals “Mo Bounce” Production Credits & Roll Out Details
Iggy Azalea set tongues wagging when she unveiled the jaw-dropping cover of her new single over the weekend. The rapper ramps up the promo today (March 20) by revealing a little more information about “Mo Bounce.” For starters, the track was produced by Stereotypes (Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic” and “That’s What I Like”) and Far East Movement of “Like A G6” fame. The track will be released on Thursday, March 23 instead of Friday as originally thought, with the video dropping the day after, according to a Def Jam press release.
As for the visual, we know it’s going to be an extremely sexy affair — see Iggy’s twerking warm-up for the clip below — and was shot in Hong Kong by director Lil Internet. (He did Beyonce’s “No Angel”). If you need further proof that Def Jam is taking the Aussie hitmaker’s comeback seriously, she has teamed up with Giphy for a series of animated stickers and gifs to support the release. Given the eye-watering cover and collaborators, I’m expecting the rap version of J.Lo’s “Booty” and, to be honest, I’d be happy with that.