Iggy Azalea Is Twerking in Sneak Peek of 'Mo Bounce' Music Video

'Mo Bounce' is one of the tracks off the Australian rapper's delayed second studio album, 'Digital Distortion'.

AceShowbiz - It's been almost a year since %cIggy Azalea% released her single, "Team". Now the 26-year-old female rapper is back with "Can't Lose" and "Mo Bounce". After releasing "Can't Lose" featuring %cLil Uzi Vert% on March 3, she has been hinting at the release of the next single, "Mo Bounce", on her social media. She recently posted saucy snaps on her Instagram account with hashtag #MoBounce, and now she has shared sneak peeks of the music video for the upcoming single.

In one of the sneak peeks, the "Black Widow" hitmaker is lying on her side and twerking in a pair of purple latex boots. Another sneak peek shows three girls passionately twerking to upbeat song which is believed to be "Mo Bounce".

She also took to her Twitter account to reveal "Mo Bounce" cover art. The artwork was seemingly made to match the album. Everything is digitally distorted, except for Iggy. Wearing only skimpy bikini, she squats before a mirror which clearly reflects her curves. "You guys did good putting the pieces together! My new single #MoBounce comes out next Friday! 3/24. Get ready," she tweeted.

Iggy's second studio album, "Digital Distortion", was planned to arrive in 2016 but the release date was pushed back due to Iggy's personal matters.

"I know it's been a long wait for my album-- SORRY!" Iggy tweeted in early March. "I hope my fans understand my life has been filled with so many personal changes. I felt it was important I made some creative changes too-- I needed my album to reflect where my head's at in 2017. I really appreciate the patience & I'm so excited for all the new music, new visuals, album preorder dates etc... I'll be releasing throughout the month of March."

Other than "Mo Bounce", "Team" and "Can't Lose", the tracks in the album include "Azillion", "7Teen", "Middle Man", "Haze", "Somebody Else" and more.

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