Icona Pop Will Cry If They Want To In New Remix Of ‘My Party’
If you can believe it, for as ubiquitous as “I Love It” is, the Swedish duo Icona Pop do not have an album out in the U.S. yet. That time will finally come September 24 when Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo’s debut album This Is…Icona Pop hits the states, of course featuring the Charli XCX-penned hit “I Love It” and their new single, “My Party.”
The U.S. version of “My Party” replaces South London rapper MC Smiley with Brooklyn rhymeslayer Zebra Katz for a glitchy, dub-steppy, hot mess of song, detailing some of the woes of partying. Listen to the track below, which itself is nod to “It’s My Party,” made famous by Leslie Gore in 1963.
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