WATCH: Iggy Azealea Parties in Hong Kong in ‘Mo Bounce’ Official Video
Iggy Azeala has returned with a new song titled Mo Bounce, the latest single from her upcoming second studio album Digital Distortion.
Written by Iggy alongside Jonathan Yip, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus, Ray McCullough, Maurice Simmonds, Kevin Nishimura, James Roh and Virman Coquia, the song was produced by The Stereotypes and Far East Movement and is an uptempo EDM and hip hop song, but to my Louisiana listeners, it seems to channel the New Orleans bounce sound, as the glitches, bubble popping and handclaps come together to give it a fun dance feel:
“Little bit of ratchet, little boujee, you should all know / Everybody got opinions, yeah, like assholes / You ain’t gotta worry ’bout those / ‘Cause they assholes / We just came to party”
The music video, which was released moments ago, was shot in Hong Kong by director Lil Internet in late February.
I actually like this song, mainly because as mentioned earlier, it sounds like a New Orleans Bounce tune, which could easily be remixed with Big Freedia or Sissy Nobby. I also like the fact that the video was shot in Hong Kong, as the lighting and “culture” mesh well with the album’s single cover art: