Iggy Azalea Unveils Secret to Ultimate Satisfaction in Her Explicit Rap Comeback.
Iggy Azalea has officially marked her return to the rap scene, bringing with her a bold and explicit message for both her fans and her partners. The Australian rapper and model, who surprised the world with news of her comeback from retirement just over a year ago, has now dropped her highly anticipated single “Money Come.”
Crafted under the skillful production of Tricky Stewart, the track not only showcases Azalea’s powerful reentry into the music world but also delivers a strong statement directed at the current landscape of female rappers.
In this gritty song, Azalea fearlessly asserts herself:
“Okay, so you wanna play rough, I’m reloaded/ Okay, either get up off my clit or deep throat it/ Y’all hoes out here workin’ my nerves/ Time to terminate the bird like a two-week notice,”
The track’s hook, drawing inspiration from K7’s 1993 hit “Come Baby Come,” takes a bold turn as Iggy Azalea candidly directs men on her secret to achieving ultimate satisfaction:
“Come baby, come baby, money make me cum/ Keep my name out your mouth if you can’t gimme some/ Come baby, come baby, can you make me cum?/ Can you hit it ’til I feel in my tummy, tum, tum.”
The music video, an artistic creation helmed by Christian Breslauer, transports viewers into a world of audacious empowerment. Iggy Azalea and her crew orchestrate a daring coup within the confines of a corporate office. Their precision shooting serves as a metaphorical transformation, flipping the gender dynamics as the suited men are symbolically reborn as women of power.
As Iggy Azalea revitalizes her presence in the rap scene, she leaves an indelible mark with “Money Come.” This track isn’t just about music; it’s a bold celebration of autonomy, desire, and transformation.