Iggy Azalea also joins the likes of Justin Timberlake’s “SoulMate” and Tiesto and Dzeko’s “Jackie Chan” to add a song of her own to the Summer playlist. The new track “Kream” is the first single off of her second EP ‘Survive The Summer.’ The song includes verses from Tyga as well.
The title of the song could be related to “C.R.E.A.M” song by Wu-Tang Clan, which is an acronym for ‘Cash Rules Everything Around Me.’
“Kream” speaks about two things: cash and body. Iggy Azalea believes these two things rule the world now. The brand new music video is all about getting paid, being successful and owning the world with girl power. The lyrics to the song are very explicit and the music video does not fall short of that label. So, proceed at your own risk.
Watch “Kream” Music Video by Iggy Azalea
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The 6-track EP is expected to release in August this year. This album will only have two guest artists performing, and “O.M.G.” is the second track featuring Wiz Khalifa.
The intro to “Kream” pretty much lays out the theme of the song. It says you get the money first, and then use the money to get power and then respect automatically follows. She also shouts out to a “Ronny” who could be one of the producers of the track Ronny J.
The music video for “Kream” shows a lot of booty and Iggy Azalea does not hold back from twerking throughout the video. Even her backup dancers are all committed to twerking, pole dancing and doing insane splits. The only other thing found in abundance in the video is cash. We see stacks and stacks of dollars all around the girls.
As bitter as it may sound in “Kream” by Iggy, the truth of the fact is that cash rules everything around us. So kudos to Iggy for bringing it up.
We have another contender for the Summer-jam playlist. What do you think? Does Iggy and Tyga’s collab make the cut? Let us know in the comments below. Also, make sure to share this article with your friends.
Fully Lyrics to “Kream” by Iggy Azalea