The official video for Iggy Azalea’s "Mo Bounce" has dropped. The track was released Thursday afternoon.

This song marks Iggy’s first solo single in more than a year. Her last single, "Team," reached No. 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

"Mo Bounce" was produced by The Stereotypes, the rap production team known for partnering with Bruno Mars, among others.

The track is also part of Azalea’s comeback and emergence into 2017 following a rough 2016 that was mired in her breakup with Nick Young and all the D’Angelo Russell Snapchat drama.

Lil Internet, the director of the new video, has worked with Diplo and Beyoncé in the past.

On Thursday, Complex published a Q&A with him.

"Just talking to her and getting to know her, she has been through crazy, crazy shit," Lil Internet said of Iggy. "She's so cool and so genuine about her work and so honest about what she's doing and so genuinely just into it. I can't speak for her, obviously, and that needs to be said first and foremost. I can't speculate what it's gonna do, but I'll tell you one thing: I know that this is her doing what she wants to do and expressing herself in a genuine way with music and a video that she was excited about and wanted to make."

Iggy told Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 show on Thursday that her new album, Digital Distortion, is 99 percent complete. So expect more news on Digital Distortion in the very near future.