Rapper Iggy Azalea, who has been busy working on her upcoming album, dropped the new song “Mo Bounce” on Thursday (March 23). The track was supposed to be released on March 24, but has debuted a day earlier on Apple Music’s radio show, Beats 1.
The single, produced by The Stereotypes and co-written by Far East Movement's Kev Nish, is the first reveal of the new music the pop star has been hard at work on. Previously, the Australian MC claimed to have finished a full record, but later scraped the entire album because it no longer reflected her mindset. During that time, news of her personal life made headlines when Azalea ended her engagement with Nick Young.
The upbeat tempo and the fun and loud lyrics mirror the happier-sounding track -- and (perhaps?) her life right now. Listen to Iggy Azalea’s new single “Mo Bounce” below: