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WATCH: Iggy Azalea ‘twerks’ around HK in new single ‘Mo Bounce’

/ 04:07 PM March 25, 2017

For her newest single, Iggy Azalea swaggers her posterior as she grooves with her gang in the streets of Hong Kong.

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On Friday, the rapper released “Mo Bounce (More Bounce),” wherein she showcases her glitzy costumes, hot friends and twerk dance moves. The song, which was produced by Stereotypes and the Far East Movement, also features a 6-year-old Hong Kong dance whiz named Bobo.

At one point, she flaunts her jeans’ back pocket, which displays the sentence “The p*ssy grabs back,” in reference to US President Donald Trump’s controversial remarks on women.

In an interview with Complex, song director Lil’ Internet explained how Azalea’s theme pick and location suited her funky personality. “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 cyber funk, ‘Fast and Furious’ (Vin Diesel’s film), gritty feel,” he said. “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.”

READ: Nick Young, Iggy Azalea call off engagement

The track’s release comes after Azalea dropped “Can’t Lose” last week, another track in her forthcoming sophomore album “Digital Distortion.”

Azalea initially planned to release “Digitial Distortion” last year but postponed it after her rocky separation from her ex-fiance Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young.  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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