Britney & Iggy's New Song Now Has Cover Art
I’m so fancy, you already know — it’s Britney, b**ch. Now to the untrained eye, that probably reads like I totally confused two huge blonde pop stars — but that’s not the case. Anyone who’s been impatiently waiting for Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea's “Pretty Girls” music video can already attest to the fact that the two performers are pretty much a match made in pop star heaven — and my perfect consolidation of what is arguably each of the singer’s most recognizable lines uttered to date makes it so. And here's something else that proves my point: the official cover art for “Pretty Girls,” which just hit the Internet on Thursday.
It’s no secret that the artwork is a nod to the ‘80s cult classic Earth Girls Are Easy, but one of the first things I think about when looking at the visuals that accompany a song is how accurately it reflects the actual lyrics. Although the song doesn’t officially premiere until May 5, there’s already been talk about what the“Pretty Girls” lyrics mean, based on a few snippets some overzealous Spears and Azalea fans posted online.
Based on the lyrics that Spears teased on Instagram, the chorus involves Iggy rapping, “Girls roll up/Windows roll down/Eyes on us/Jaws on the ground.” Honestly, I think that pretty much describes my reaction to this cover art, verbatim.
Alright, enough with all the teasing, already. Take a look at the "Pretty Girls" cover in all of its alien-esque glory below: