Iggy has been making it a trend as of late to team up with pop stars on her songs, and each one I love more and more. And, since I've been listening to "Pretty Girls" on repeat all day, it got me thinking about all the great female pop/hip-hop collaborations that have come before.
So let's take a look at 14 all-female collabs that deserve another listen:
Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea: "Pretty Girls"
With its sassy lyrics and infectious beat, this track certainly has potential to be a song of the summer.
Ciara Featuring Missy Elliot: "1,2 Step"
It's hard to believe that it's been more than 10 years since we got this beat that was "automatic, supersonic, hypnotic, funky fresh."
Beyoncé Featuring Nicki Minaj: "Flawless"
I mean the title says it all. Bow down.
Jessie J, Ariana Grande And Nicki Minaj: "Bang Bang"
Three's a charm.
Angie Martinez, Lil Kim, Left Eye, Da Brat And Missy Elliott: "Not Tonight" (Ladies Night Remix)"
Ladies night = the best night. I always wish I could have been invited to this beach party.
Eve Featuring Gwen Stefani: "Let Me Blow Ya Mind"
It may have peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2001, but it will always be #1 in my heart.
Christina Aguilera, Mýa, P!nk And Lil Kim: "Lady Marmalade"
With so much girl power and sexiness, it's no surprise that this song ruled the charts back in 2001 for five weeks.
Salt 'N' Peppa Featuring En Vogue: "Whatta Man"
No way you could have this list and not include this classic '90s throwback track.
Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX: "Fancy"
Not only was the song stuck in my head for months, I couldn't stop watching the music video, which is everything.
Christina Aguilera Featuring Lil Kim: "Can't Hold Us Down"
A song for "my girls all around the world," showing that women can have an opinion. It's basically the ultimate female empowerment song with one of the best lines: "You must talk so big to make up for smaller things."
Nicki Minaj And Cassie: "The Boys"
While the song, which was featured on Nicki's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up, wasn't a commercial smash, it's way too good of a track not to put on this list.
Tweet Featuring Missy Elliott: "Oops (Oh My)"
Haven't taken a listen to this one in a while, but now it all makes perfect sense.
Mariah Carey featuring Da Brat And Missy Elliot: "Heartbreaker (Remix)"
Often imitated, never duplicated.
Iggy Azalea Featuring Rita Ora: "Black Widow"
Iggy did it again, not only hooking up with a female artist, but making a kick-ass music video.