Iggy Azalea returns with explicit song and video “Money Come”

Iggy Azalea is back with a bang and a new song that tells men how to please her in bed. 

The Australian rapper and model released “Money Come” on Friday (August 25), her first track since 2021. 

The explicit song, produced by Tricky Stewart, samples K7’s 1993 hit “Come Baby Come” and takes shots at some of her female rap rivals. Iggy also dropped a video for the song, directed by Christian Breslauer, which shows her and her crew taking over an office and turning all the men into women with their guns. Iggy had announced her retirement from music in 2021, but changed her mind last year after facing negativity online. She tweeted: “So if I can’t have peace, neither can you. I’m coming back. Cry about it.” Iggy has also been keeping her fans happy on OnlyFans, where she launched a year-long multimedia project called Hotter Than Hell in January. The project includes exclusive and uncensored content from the rapper, such as photos, videos, poems and unreleased music from her upcoming fourth album. Iggy said she was excited to collaborate with OnlyFans on her biggest project to date and to avoid censorship on other platforms.

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