Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by jmmc13, Mar 24, 2015.
The good sis Iggy planning ha video...
It’s kind of a scream that Iggy, without a label, can still turn out a better video than some Big Pop Girls who have all of the budget and label support in the world. She just gets how to make an exciting pop visual, which is probably related to the fact that she cites Missy as her main influence.
“Started” sounds EXACTLY like a song from the mid-2000s but I can’t put my finger on it and it’s going to bug me.
Don't forget precious little boys are fragile, you can't use a girl's names in their presence.
She’s #2 trending on YouTube. A smash video for a day.
She’s kind of coming for that new Billboard entry.
I think a ciara and iggy hookup would be great. Both indi now.
She’s going to look good at the mid 90s
I wouldn't call myself an Iggy fan but I always found her to be interesting, visually she is great and her songs are consistently good. I don't get the hate for her. Is it because she's Australian and rapping?
Didn't she piss off the people that were championing her at the beginning. And she has made some questionable social media comments over the years. It was quite a fall from Grace though!
She's a woman doing her own thing.
Her flow on the verse sounds like Grillz by Nelly nn.
The song is cute & the video is great. Started sounds better.
This is the highest she's gotten on iTunes since Pretty Girls at #2.
I don’t get how anyone could call the video low-budget? I actually had to double check if she’s actually on her own now cause the video is so impressive without any visible product placement. At least she’s exhausting her leftover Fancy royalties for good!
Even in her mixtape days she had a eye for good visuals. I'm still mad we didn't get that David LaChapelle video for Beg for It.
She wrote on Instagram “back from the dead” I love that she can poke fun at herself and situation.
Iggy deserves a big comeback. I'm rooting for her.
Ok the song is stuck in my head! Halp!
Now to see how it fares on Spotify and Apple Music & if any radio format gets behind it.
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