Less than 24 hours after the release of her comeback track, "Mo Bounce," Iggy Azalea has unleashed the accompanying visual for the electro/hip-hop track and it's a sleek counterpart to the energetic cut.
Directed Lil Internet, the three-and-a-half minute video sees I-G-G-Y take over the streets of Tokyo with a trusty number of dancers, including some kiddos. During one scene, cameras pan through subway tunnels. At another point, they're venturing through the streets of the Japanese metropolis. But the video keeps a viral agenda in mind with plenty of non-stop twerking, or as Iggy would like to refer it as "mo bounce." She also takes a hit at President Donald Trump when she shows off some stitching on her jeans, which reads: "My p*ssy grabs back."
"When I heard this song, images popped in my head. I knew she was gonna be in Hong Kong—I've never been, but I immediately got this kind of cyberfunk, Fast and Furious, gritty feel," Lil Internet told Complex in a new interview about the video. "And she was on the same tip with it, too. I sent a treatment over, and she sent back a lot of detailed notes and images. To be honest, this was the most collaborative video I've ever done with an artist. Iggy was involved the whole time and it was really, really awesome to have that kind of work dynamic. It happens a lot less than you think."
"Mo Bounce" was produced by The Stereotypes and is the lead single from her severely-delayed Digital Distortion LP, which is set to drop later this year. Click here to download the song on iTunes.