Iggy Azalea’s highly anticipated new single and video ‘Lola’ with rising UK star Alice Chater is finally here.
The pop-leaning track, produced by Carl Falk (One Direction, Nicki Minaj, Ellie Goulding) and JWhite Did It (Cardi B, Gucci Mane, J. Cole), samples the iconic record ‘Mambo Italiano’, while the video takes fans through Iggy and Alice’s wild ride in the Thom Kerr directed flick.
Watch the video and stream the track here:
‘Lola’ is Iggy’s first release since her lauded sophomore album ‘In My Defense’ this past summer. The album, which has over 275 Million Streams to date, features the hit records ‘Sally Walker’ and ‘Started’, each of which catapulted to #1 on YouTube upon release and have 66 Million views to date respectively. This gives Iggy two of the Top 10 most consumed music videos from a female hip hop artist in 2019 and helped push Iggy’s overall YouTube views to a whopping 3 Billion Views for her career.
Azalea has a steady and proven track record of success. Since the release of her debut album The New Classic, the four-time GRAMMY-nominated and multi-platinum artist has been a fixture on the music charts. With multi-platinum smash hits such as ‘Fancy’, ‘Black Widow’, ‘Problem’, and ‘Kream’, Iggy is one of the most successful female artists of all time.
Rising pop superstar Alice Chater has racked up more than a million Spotify streams with unstoppable pop songs including the Human League-sampling ‘Hourglass’, ‘Tonight’ and shimmering electro gem ‘Heartbreak Hotel’. At the end of last year, Alice also had a brilliant cameo in the much talked about ‘Strip’ video from Little Mix.
This summer, she’s won over more new fans with full-throttle performances at Mighty Hoopla festival and Celine Dion’s huge Hyde Park show.
“I make vocal-driven pop music,” she says. “I’m all about pop with powerhouse vocals.”
She also played Brighton Pride alongside Kylie before setting out on her first UK headline tour in September. For the future, Alice has been working with producers such as will.i.am, MYKL (Zayn), and Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk.