Iggy Azalea’s Best Collaborations
Ever since Aussie rapper and MMVA performer Iggy Azalea dropped her debut album The New Classic, we’ve loved all of the amazing musicians she’s collaborated with. Here are her eight best music collabs—and eight girl gangs we wanna hang with—that make us feel some sort of way for I-G-G-Y.
Fancy ft. Charli XCX
Iggy rolls with her homies in this music video that left us feeling so Clueless. If you’ve never seen the ‘90s cult classic film, Iggy recaps the best moments in three minutes. Can you believe Iggy and Charli XCX wrote the song in half an hour? Ugh, as if!
Black Widow ft. Rita Ora
Iggy and Rita channel Kill Bill in this music video that’s an ode to Quentin Tarantino. Directed by iHeartRadio MMVA-winning Director X, the video even has a cameo of Michael Madsen, who played Bill’s brother, Budd. Instead of a black mamba snake bite, a sneaky black widow spider defeats Budd this time around.
Problem ft. Iggy Azalea by Ariana Grande
Ariana and Iggy take us back to the ‘60s as they jive in this groovy video. Iggy flawlessly rocks a beehive hairstyle that she knows won’t be a problem, while Ariana is a total doll in her iconic high ponytail and white knee-high boots.
Pretty Girls ft. Iggy Azalea by Britney Spears
It’s Britney, bitch. All around the world, we’re still freaking out that Iggy linked up with the legendary Spears. The duo totally relives Crossroads for a #FriendshipGoals moment as they cruise through the streets.
Beg For It ft. MØ
Iggy totally knew Danish electro-pop singer MØ was on the come-up before Major Lazer’s “Lean On” and “Cold Water.” Straight outta the electrifying reissue of her debut album Reclassified, “Beg For It” is about female empowerment—or, as Iggy likes to phrase it, pussy power.
Trouble ft. Jennifer Hudson
Seems like Iggy had the need for speed when she recruited Academy award-winning Jennifer Hudson on this feel good song.
Booty ft. Iggy Azalea by Jennifer Lopez
Yes, she’s still Jenny from the Block, but this time, she’s with Iggy, and they’re popping major booty in this bodacious music video.
Heavy Crown ft. Ellie Goulding
Iggy swapped her laid back flow for powerful bars that complement Ellie’s chilling vocals. This track is dedicated to her haters and “everyone who said I would never make it.”
Iggy’s much-awaited sophomore album Digital Distortion will be released in June. Watch Iggy’s latest video “Mo Bounce” below.