“Drop That Kitty” is a promotional music video and single, recorded by American rapper Ty Dolla Sign, featuring English singer Charli XCX and American singer Tinashe, for Sign’s upcoming debut studio album, Free TC (2015).
Ty Dolla $ign performed the song at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards with Charli XCX and Tinashe. The background dancers wore pink oversized cat masks. Shortly after the performance, Charli XCX released the teaser to the official music video.
The track was produced by Stargate and Cashmere Cat. The song was written by Ty Dolla Sign, Tinashe, and Myron Birdsong. It was released as digital download in the United States on February 17, 2015, as the second single from the album.
On 17 September 2014, Azalea previewed a new track during her headlining concert at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London. On 10 October 2014, Azalea announced her new single “Beg for It” on Twitter, adding that Danish singer MØ was also featured on the song and would be performing it for the first time on Saturday Night Live.
On 20 October 2014, Azalea revealed the music video would be directed by David LaChapelle and shot in late November 2014. On 25 October 2014, Azalea and MØ performed the song for the first time in the fourth episode of Saturday Night Live’s season 40, hosted by Jim Carrey. They will also be performing at the 2014 American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles on 23 November 2014.
The song was first released through Island Def Jam, on February 17th 2014, as the third single from her upcoming debut studio album The New Classic, and became available worldwide on April 6th 2014, through Virgin EMI and Universal.
“Fancy” serves as the album’s fourth single outside North America. It is her first song to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Charli XCX is best known for penning Icona Pop‘s hit single “I Don’t Care“, in which she is featured vocally and writing credits also.
On 5 December 2013, an unfinished song by Azalea, which surfaced with the title “Leave It” and the tag “produced by DJ Mustard“, was leaked online. Azalea later revealed the song was in fact produced by The Invisible Men & The Arcade, whom she collaborated with on her entire album.