Iggy Azalea has dropped a new video for “Kream,” which is essentially two-minutes and 47 seconds of nothing but booties in the air. Tyga, who is featured on the track, jumps in with the occasional verse about cash and — what else — women.

The Wu-Tang Clan-sampling “Kream” is one of two recent singles taken from Azalea’s upcoming EP, Survive The Summer. The song was released alongside “Tokyo Snow Trip” earlier this week.

Survive The Summer is expected to arrive on August 3.

Until then, watch the “Kream” video above. [apple_news_ad type=”any”]

[This article has been updated. The original version was published on July 5, 2018 and can be found below.]

Following months of relative silence, Iggy Azalea is back with a vengeance.

The Aussie rapper teased the cover of her upcoming EP, Survive The Summerlast week. Now, she’s back with two new singles — “Tokyo Snow Trip” and “Kream” featuring Tyga.

As the title might suggest, “Kream” samples the 1993 Wu-Tang Clan classic “C.R.E.A.M.” and makes a reference to the late Sex Pistols’ legend Sid Vicious.

“Keep that energy, gon’ up that Hennessy (ass)/I need my bag quickly/Separate six-degrees, bitches said they know me/ Sex pistols, Sid Vicious, what you want is horny/Hit me on my cash app, check it in the morning,” she spits.

Meanwhile, “Tokyo Snow Trip” is a nod to the Ying Yang Twins’ 2005 track “The Whisper Song.”

Azalea was originally planning to release an album titled Digital Distortion last year but scraped it in November 2017.

The six-track Surviving The Summer EP is expected to arrive on August 3.

Check out “Tokyo Snow Trip” above and “Kream” below. [apple_news_ad type=”any”]