It was even produced by Far East Movement, who hung onto the dregs of the genre’s life!
They say be careful what you wish for because you just might get it and, perhaps, we’ll learn that lesson the hard way with Iggy Azalea’s new single ‘Mo Bounce’. The track, which was produced by The Stereotypes and ‘Like a G6’ artists Far East Movement, sounds exactly like what no one wanted from the blog house revival.
Speaking to Beats 1, Iggy said that this is the real first single from her upcoming album Digital Distortion as it is a “whole sound” unlike the Lil Uzi Vert-featuring ‘Can’t Lose’, which she released earlier this month. That, she said, is “maybe more hip-hop, more about rapping verses.” OK!
Check out ‘Mo Bounce’ below, which is maybe something you will like if you really miss Uffie.