& # 39; I'll show you! & # 39; Iggy Azalea raps about receiving oral sex in a VERY explicit new single that samples Salt-N-Pepa classic Push It – after furious indignation with violent album cover
She is known for her explicit lyrics and even more daring video clips.
And on Friday the Australian rapper Iggy Azalea added another raw rap to her repertoire.
The 29-year-old's new single, Just Wanna, contains incredibly explicit lyrics about receiving oral sex, along with an example of Salt-N-Pepa & # 39; s iconic hit Push It.
She just wants something! Iggy Azalea releases VERY explicit new single Just Wanna, which samples the iconic hit Push It by Salt-N-Pepa
The devious song lets Iggy hear a more muted voice than her usual rap voice while whispering seductively: & # 39; I just want f ** k & # 39 ;, over a moody, down-tempo beat.
& # 39; I am a pioneer on your face, open your boy, come and try it & # 39 ;, she continues.
The song is the third single to be released for her upcoming, highly anticipated second album, In My Defense, which will be released on July 19.
Iggy, whose real name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly, caused international outrage when she revealed the cover of the album earlier this week – many fans labeled it as & # 39; nauseating & # 39 ;.
Confronting: Iggy defended the violent artwork for her new album, In My Defense, after fans described it as & # 39; sickening & # 39; labeled
The cover leaves the rapper & # 39; dead & # 39; crash into a car, with blood splashing to the side of the vehicle.
After sharing the graphic images on Twitter on Monday, the 29-year-old explained that the concept is actually a feminist statement.
Iggy tweeted: & # 39; It's a statement about women who don't have the ability to defend themselves with a public gaze, not with rebirth. & # 39;
Horrific: the artwork of the album shows Iggy, wearing a sneaky evening dress, lying against a vehicle in an empty parking lot covered with blood
The controversial artwork, however, distributed its fans on social media, and some people called it & # 39; sickening & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Please don't hate me, but I don't like it, you look dead & # 39 ;, wrote a Twitter user.
Another said it was unnecessary to kill Iggy & # 39; to show that she could have used fewer violent images to make a statement.
& # 39; It's a statement about women & # 39 ;: after sharing the graphic images on Twitter on Monday, the 29-year-old rapper explained that the concept is actually a feminist statement
& # 39; I don't like it, you look dead & # 39 ;: the controversial artwork divided Iggy's fans on social media, and some people called it & # 39; nauseating & # 39;
On the front of the album, Iggy, wearing a sneaky evening dress, sees a vehicle in an empty parking lot.
Blood covers her hands and the side of the car and her head has completely collapsed.
The reverse side of the album is a close-up photo of the same scene and offers a more detailed view of her partially destroyed head and neck.
In My Defense is released worldwide on July 19
Soon available: In My Defense will be released worldwide on July 19. Photo: Iggy on Monday
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