Iggy Azalea has dropped a new video for “Kream,” which is essentially two-minutes and 47 seconds of nothing but booties in the air. Tyga, who is featured on the track, jumps in with the occasional verse about cash and — what else — women.
The Wu-Tang Clan-sampling “Kream” is one of two recent singles taken from Azalea’s upcoming EP, Survive The Summer. The song was released alongside “Tokyo Snow Trip” earlier this week.
After debuting the Mike WiLL Made-It and Ronny J-produced song last night, the Aussie rapper unleashes the visual featuring strippers, cash, and lots of ass. The neon-lit clip finds the blonde bombshell twerking in front of an oven full of cash and on the front lawn of a house with some sexy ladies, an homage to her 2011 “Pu$$y” video. Bathed in pink and purple lights, T-Raww hits the bedroom with Iggy, who rolls around on a plastic-covered bed.
“I got cars, I got bags, I got real estate,” raps Iggy over the Wu-Tang Clan sample. “Foreplay, I ain’t come to play / I got big fish money, he gon’ bite the bait.”