4x GRAMMY-nominated and multi-platinum Iggy Azalea returns with fully-loaded single and music video for “Sip It” featuring Tyga and surprise track “Brazil” via Bad Dreams Records / EMPIRE. This is the first offering from Azalea this year since releasing “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” featuring Tinashe last summer, giving us a taste of her forthcoming album.
“Sip It” samples Azalea’s first-ever record, “PUSSY” as a playful homage to her past work. The visual brings us to ‘Kitty Juice’s Sip It’ gas station, on the outskirts of New York City, set on a dark and eerie night. Introduced with a rhythmic deep base and high-hats, Azalea comes in rapping about her self-made lavish lifestyle and boss attitude. Viral TikTok star and artist ppcocaine walks into the store stunned by the vibrant ‘Sip It’ slurpee machines. After taking a sip, she is hypnotized and imagines a fluorescent neon nightclub with flashing lights at the gas station, where Azalea and her empowered girl gang are putting on a show.
Tyga then pulls up in a red Corvette, rapping about his elevated lifestyle being dripped out in Tom Ford and having Birkin bags, with a beautiful woman dancing on his car all the while. The visual also features influencer Eden The Doll, who dances alongside Azalea in a neon bikini set and platform heels. “Sip It” ends with the deep bass repeatedly slapping against the slow-tempoed beat and an outro of an elderly woman in the station sipping on a nearly empty drink, as ppcocaine reappears into focus.
On the flip side, “Brazil” brings an electronic and urban-infused sound supported by deep consistent heavy bass. Introduced with a hard-hitting flow, Azalea attacks on the dance beat in flaunty and stylized bars. Establishing her powerful return with confidence, Azalea leads with “Pay for this body and none of it cheap, I heard your song now I’m going to sleep. Boys in my yard but this ain’t from Kelis. Look at my cars, you see nothin’ a lease,” as a bold and uplifting testament to her self-created success. The single amplifies Azalea’s Australian background in her lyrics such as “hear my accent, he think I’m exotic” and by relating her foreign roots to the tropical excitement that connotes Brazil. The electro, drum-dominated verses make for an extraterrestrial tone and pushes the track beyond any of Azalea’s previous sounds. In celebration of Brazil’s festival energy, the playful and energetic song picks up in intensity toward the end with a switch to heavy Brazilian funk drums to which Azalea raps, “I got it, I got it” solidifying her awaited return to the rap game.
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