Iggy Azalea desires your consideration! And he or she’s probably obtained it, due to a clothing-free, diamond heavy outfit in her new music video for “Cash Come.” Within the video, the blonde bombshell steps out of an elevator and into an workplace constructing rocking a fierce pinstriped skirt swimsuit and toting a neon machine gun with an entourage behind her. “My child suppose I’m Costco/ he simply need a pattern / Put him on his knees and gave him greater than he might deal with / Say you gonna run up on who? I would like proof (Proof)” she raps partly. Later, the hitmaker is seen carrying nothing however the jeweled bodysuit, her hair pasted tightly to her head in sculpted curls as she watches workplace workers erupt into chaos. She’s additionally seen slaying a plunging, glittering pink bodysuit with gloves as she mans a desk doing secretarial work, together with taking calls.

Iggy’s polarizing vogue appears to be like come as no shock. In a 2013 interview, she described her private type as “daring.”  “It’s daring and sort of power-b****,” she laughed throughout an interview with ELLE Australia on the time. “Generally I similar to to decorate in energy fits and really feel like I’m a high govt who goes into her huge workplace and slams her cellphone down and talks s*** to all the fellows!” She definitely did that in her newest video.

And as for Australian designers, she confessed, “I like Shakuhachi. I even wore their stuff on stage once I was simply beginning out as a result of they’ve a variety of matchy-matchy outfits I actually like.”

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Iggy has now been on the scene for fairly a while — and he or she’s nonetheless solely 33. When requested by GQ about her most well-liked legacy, she stated she hoped to nonetheless be round and “gyrating” in her mid-thirties. “On the very worst, if I’ve a short-lived profession, at the very least I might say I sparked a change—that I impressed some leniency in what individuals settle for in hip-hop,” she instructed the journal in 2015. “And if I’ve a really lengthy profession and might be gyrating in a leotard at 35, that will be nice.”

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