Fancy (Iggy Azalea song)

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Single by Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX
from the album The New Classic
Released 17 February 2014
Format Digital download
Genre Electro-hop
Length 3:19
Iggy Azalea singles chronology
"Change Your Life"
Charli XCX singles chronology
"Boom Clap"

"Fancy" is a song by Australian rapper Iggy Azalea featuring British recording artist Charli XCX, taken from the former's debut studio album, The New Classic (2014). It was released on 17 February 2014 by Island Records as the fourth single from the album. "Fancy" was described as an electro-hop song; it was written by Azalea and XCX and composed by production team the Invisible Men, who also produced it, alongside The Arcade. It was leaked under the title "Leave It" in December 2013.

"Fancy" received positive reviews and was also commercially successful, having reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming both Azalea's and Charli XCX's first number-one on that chart, holding the spot for seven consecutive weeks. It has also topped the charts in Canada and New Zealand and had chart success around the world, including reaching the top ten in several countries such as Australia and United Kingdom, where it became her first top five hit in both countries as a lead artist. It is Charli XCX's second top-ten single after her guest spot on Icona Pop's "I Love It" in 2013. The track was also named Billboard's Song of the Summer for 2014, as well as the most-streamed song on Spotify and most-watched music video on Vevo in 2014 in America. It received nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 57th Grammy Awards, and won the "Top Rap Song" category at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.[1] The song has achieved over 9 millions of units in global sales, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time.

The accompanying music video for "Fancy" was directed by Director X and released in March 2014. The visuals are inspired by 1995 American comedy film Clueless, with Azalea playing Beverly Hills socialite Cher Horowitz and XCX as Tai Frasier. The music video was nominated for four awards at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, although it did not win any of them. The song was performed by Azalea and XCX on Good Morning America,'Jimmy Kimmel Live' and the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. "Fancy" was covered by many artists, such as Anna Kendrick on the 39th season of Saturday Night Live, and received remix versions by rappers such as Da Brat and Lil' Kim.


A 19-second sample of "Fancy", an electro-hop number.

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"Fancy" is a three-minute and 19-second electro-hop number,[2] which was written by Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX. The song was composed and co-produced by the Invisible Men (Jason Pebworth, George Astasio and Jon Shave) and the Arcade (Kurtis Mckenzie and Jon Mills).[3] The song is played in the key of C minor without any chord progression followed, and Charli XCX's vocals range from G3 to C5. It is in common time and is played at a tempo of 95 beats per minute.[4] Stabby synths, hip hop chants, and finger snaps are heard in the original mix.[2]


On 5 December 2013, an unfinished song by Azalea, which surfaced with the title "Leave It" was leaked online.[5][6][7] Azalea later revealed the song was produced by the Invisible Men and the Arcade, whom she collaborated with on her entire album.[8] On 5 February 2014, Azalea announced that she would be releasing a new single titled "Fancy", featuring English singer-songwriter Charli XCX, later that week.[9] The song was premiered on BBC Radio 1 Xtra the evening of 6 February 2014. After the song's premiere, it was revealed "Fancy" was the song that had leaked titled "Leave It".[10] On 17 February 2014, the song was serviced to urban contemporary radio in the United Kingdom as the album's fourth single.[11]

Critical reception[edit]

The guest appearance of Charli XCX on "Fancy" was well received by critics

"Fancy" received overall positive reception from music critics.[citation needed] Brad Stern of MTV Buzzworthy remarked, "Not since Fergie's "Glamorous" has there been such a spectacularly sass-filled ode to the glam life," praising their chemistry, calling it "a match made in heaven that we never would've expected."[12] Chris Tomas of Hip Hop Wired wrote that the song "could be the hit record Iggy Azalea has been looking for," noting that "Charli XCX also provides a very potent chorus that women will be chanting in their clubs, cars, and the like."[13] Mike Wass of Idolator claimed the track is "the duet we've all been waiting for" and "a swag-drenched hip hop/pop delight."[14] Janice Llamoca of Hip Hop DX defined it as "a hip hop-slash-pop party anthem in which the emcee lyrically displays her confidence."[15]

Joe Gross of Rolling Stone gave the song a mixed score of 3 out of 5 stars, writing that Azalea "deftly handles the ratchet beat while Charli XCX's earworm hook holds it all down," writing that the song doesn't bring '88 back, but "they can swing on chandeliers with the best of them."[16] Jamie Parmenter of Renowned for Sound noted that the song showed the influence of Missy Elliott, and that "Iggy is almost playing a character or parody of herself like Eminem is renowned for," praising Charli XCX for "nicely breaking up the song, sounding like an edgy Gwen Stefani, matching with Iggy's rebel style."[17] Bill Lamb of, like Jake Gross, gave a mixed response, but echoed the same thought as Parmenter, praising "Charli XCX's Gwen Stefani styled vocals on the chorus" and noting that its lyrics has been done even better by Stefani nearly 10 years ago on 'Luxurious'." However, Lamb also stated that the entire song seemed "a bit too recycled" and had a "tiresome obsession with material culture delivered with a straight face."[18] The track was placed at number nineteen on Rolling Stones's 50 Best Songs of 2014 list.[19] It was named iTunes' best song of 2014 on Apple's annual Best-Ofs.[20] "Fancy" was also placed at number one on MTV's Best Songs of 2014.[21] The Village Voice‍ '​s Pazz & Jop annual critics' poll listed "Fancy" at number 26 on their poll for the best music of 2014, along with Ariana Grande's "Problem", on which Azalea was featured.

Commercial performance[edit]

Azalea performing during the ACL Music Festival in November 2014

In the United States, "Fancy" has peaked at number 1, becoming Azalea's first song to chart on the top of the Billboard Hot 100. The song is Charli XCX's second top 10 as a featured artist on the Hot 100—the first being "I Love It"—and her first number 1. By 5 February 2015, the song had sold 4,100,000 copies.[22] On the issue-date 17 May 2014 "Fancy" reached number two of the Billboard Digital Songs chart, selling 222,000 units (up 104%), occupying simultaneously the top two slots of the chart as "Problem" by Ariana Grande, in which Azalea features, debuted at the summit of Digital Songs chart. With this achievement, Azalea becomes only the sixth artist to occupy the top two position and the first to do so since Taylor Swift with the singles "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "Ronan" in 2012.[23] Azalea also became just the third female artist to place her first two Hot 100 hits in the top five simultaneously, first two being Ashanti and Mariah Carey.[24] It also marked Azalea as the first female rapper ever to have two songs concurrently in the top five of the Hot 100 chart.[25] Moreover, Azalea passed Lil' Kim as the female rapper with the longest-leading #1 on the Billboard Hot 100[26] and moves into a tie for fifth place among lead women who have scored the longest commands on the Hot 100 this decade.The song led the chart for seven weeks, before being succeeded by MAGIC's hit reggae/pop song, "Rude." "Fancy" remained in the top ten for 17 consecutive weeks.[27]

On the following week, Azalea became only the second artist in the nearly 10-year history of the Hot Digital Songs chart to have the top two songs concurrently for two weeks and, eventually, for three consecutive weeks.[28] On the week-ending 31 May 2014 the song ascended to number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, selling 234,000 units, topped the Streaming Songs chart with 8.4 million impressions and continued to dominate the On-Demand Songs chart for a third week.[29] As it led the Streaming Songs chart for a 13th week it tied Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" for the most weeks tallied at No. 1.[30] "Fancy" also reached number 1 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs, where it remained for 16 and 18 weeks respectively making it the longest running #1 on these charts.[31][32] Additionally, she is the first female Australian artist to top the Hot 100 since Olivia Newton-John reached the summit in 1981 with "Physical".[33] Along with "Problem", Azalea has the distinction of being the first act to have its first two Hot 100-charting singles at No. 1 and 2 at the same time since The Beatles, as "Fancy" and "Problem" did, respectively.[34] She is also only the second female artist to have the top 2 singles for multiple weeks, with the first being Ashanti.[35] Azalea also became the fourth female rapper to top the Mainstream Top 40 chart.[36] The song set new single-week records on Spotify's U.S. streaming service for four consecutive weeks.[37] On 3 September 2014, "Fancy" was named Billboard's top Song of the Summer for 2014 having led their weekly Songs of the Summer chart from start to finish.[38] "Fancy" was also named the most streamed song on Spotify in America in 2014.[39] The song became the fifth best-selling song of 2014 in the United States with 3.97 million copies sold for the year.[40]

In the United Kingdom, "Fancy" became her highest charting single as a lead artist at the time, debuting at number five of the UK Singles Chart and selling 38,320 copies in its first week.[41] In Australia, the song has been certified quadruple platinum for sales of over 280,000 copies.[42] In its ninth week on the New Zealand Singles Chart, the song climbed from number three to the top position,[43] giving Azalea her second number-one single there, after Ariana Grande's "Problem", having replaced herself at the top, and first number-one there as a lead artist. It also marks Charli XCX's second top-ten single, after Icona Pop's "I Love It", and first number-one single in New Zealand. It has also been certified Platinum in New Zealand.[44] The track had sold over 7 million copies worldwide, as of October 2014, making it one of the best-selling singles worldwide.[45] On 23 December 2014, it was certified Triple Platinum in Canada after peaking at number one on the Canadian Hot 100,[46] with 346,000 copies sold digitally throughout 2014.[47] According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), "Fancy" has achieved global sales of 9.1 millions of units (as of 2015), ranking as the seventh best-selling single of 2014.[48]

Music video[edit]


The music video for the song was shot in February 2014 in Los Angeles and premiered on 4 March 2014, on Vevo.[49] Directed by Director X, the visuals are inspired by American comedy film Clueless, with Azalea playing Beverly Hills socialite Cher Horowitz and XCX as Tai Frasier (as well as a redheaded rival filling in as Amber, and the brief appearance of Dionne and Murray lookalikes) in a remake of the 1995 cult classic originally starring Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Elisa Donovan and Brittany Murphy.[50] The video shoot was the very first time Iggy and Charli met in person.[51]


An excerpt from the music video for "Fancy", in which Azalea and XCX pay homage to Clueless

Many scenes in the video are remakes of key Clueless scenes, with outfits designed to channel the look of the film's clothing, but with a slight update.[52] Both "Fancy" and the source movie used Los Angeles' Grant High School as a filming location.[53]

The video opens with Iggy Azalea in her wardrobe finding the perfect outfit for a speech at school, using a tablet computer, similar to the protagonist of Clueless Cher Horowitz. After a scene with some cheerleaders, the video moves in the schoolyard; there, Charli XCX and Iggy Azalea are sitting on a table, with the former singing the hook. The video later includes a tennis lesson, with Azalea and others dancing close to a chain-link fence. Iggy Azalea with two other characters are seen driving in the highway; the characters of the best friend and her boyfriend are inspired by the role of Dionne Davenport and her boyfriend Murray. The video shifts to a modern version of the Christmas "Val party" from the movie, where the two protagonists arrive with their convertible. The video ends with the Iggy and Charli XCX in the school.


Chanel Parks of The Huffington Post wrote: "While it might be a little, dare we say it, sacrilegious to replicate this cult classic – we were wondering when there was going to be a music video homage to our favorite movie of all time. So props to you, Iggy."[54] Brent Taalur Ramsey of Paste magazine praised the video, writing that "Azalea combined a quintessential 90s culture moment with her hip-hop vibes [...] this young Aussie brought it all together with some major beats and classic outfits—a sound and look that will be totally trending in the music world of 2014."[55] It was named one of the 24 most iconic fashion moments in music videos by Harper's Bazaar.[56] The music video was nominated for four awards at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards for "Video of the Year", "Best Female Video", "Best Pop Video" and "Best Art Direction". On 19 June, the music video surpassed the 100 million view benchmark, making it Azalea's first Vevo Certified music video.[57] "Fancy" was named the most-watched music video of 2014 on Vevo in America.[58] It was also the most-watched video in 2014 on YouTube in Australia.[59] It has amassed over 570 million views as of June 2014, making it the most-watched female collaboration on YouTube. Entertainment Weekly named it the best music video of 2014 saying, "A detail-obsessed ode to Clueless—that highway scene! Those knee socks!—that made everybody fall butt-crazy in love with Iggy. The nostalgia trip probably fueled a lot of the popularity of "Fancy," but don't get it twisted: Azalea is a star, and all she needed was the right role to convince the world that was true."[60] In January 2015, Billboard named it the fifth best music video of the 2010s so far.[61]

Use in popular culture[edit]

Azalea and XCX appeared on an ad for Samsung's Milk Music app performing the single.[62]

On 5 April 2014, Anna Kendrick covered the song on the 39th season of Saturday Night Live.[63] American rock band The Killers covered "Fancy" during their headlining show in Montreal on 10 July 2014, as an intro to one of their original songs.[64] On 17 July 2014, English actor Gary Oldman covered the song on Capital FM.[65] English rock band Kasabian also covered "Fancy" on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge on 1 September 2014.[66] On 24 January 2015, Ed Sheeran covered the song during a show for VH1 at Whelan's in Dublin,[67] and on 1 February 2015, Nick Jonas also covered it during a live segment on Capital FM in London.[68]

"Fancy" has also been performed on various reality television singing competitions. It was covered by Rising Star contestant Egypt Dixon on the second week of the show. Reagan James performed "Fancy" on The Voice season 7. Mitch Miller performed a jazz-inspired version of the track on The Voice UK season 4's auditions,[69] while Joey Cook performed her rendition of the song on season 14 of American Idol.[70]

On 7 August 2014, English band Rizzle Kicks did a mashup of the song with Ed Sheeran's "Sing" on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.[71] Da Brat released a remix of the song in April 2014.[72] Lil' Kim released a remix of the track on 28 August 2014.[73]

"Weird Al" Yankovic parodied the song as "Handy" for his 2014 album Mandatory Fun. The parody's music video was released on 17 July 2014 through Yahoo! Screen's "Sketchy" channel.[74] On 7 July 2014, host Jimmy Fallon covered the song in the manner and appearance of Neil Young on The Tonight Show, backed up by the real Crosby, Stills and Nash.[75] On 2 September 2014, he did an impression of the track while singing "Old McDonald Had a Farm" as a part of The Tonight Show's "Musical Impressions Generator" segment.[76]

On 28 April 2014, Jimmy Fallon lip synched the song in a "Lip Sync Battle" against actress Emma Stone on The Tonight Show.[77] On 15 May 2014, "Fancy" was the featured song on Jimmy Kimmel Live‍ '​s "New Lyrics for Old People" skit, featuring host Jimmy Kimmel and Iggy Azalea.[78]

Live performances[edit]

"Fancy" was first performed at the mtvU Woodie Awards during the SXSW Festival in Austin on 13 March 2014.[79] Azalea and XCX also performed "Fancy" on Late Night with Seth Meyers on 17 March 2014.[80] On 22 April 2014, the pair recreated the Clueless-inspired video once again during another televised live performance on Good Morning America for the release of Azalea's debut album The New Classic.[81] They performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live on 16 May 2014,[78] at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards on 18 May 2014 and on the season 18 finale of Dancing with the Stars on 20 May 2014.[82][83] Azalea performed the song alone on the stage of the 2014 BET Awards on 29 June 2014 and at the 2014 ESPY Awards on 16 July 2014.[84][85] On 8 August 2014, Azalea performed "Fancy" on The Today Show as part of the Toyota concert series in Rockefeller Center, New York City.[86] The song was also included in the setlist of her 2014 The New Classic Tour of North America and Europe, and also XCX's 2014 Girl Power North America Tour. The track was included on Azalea's medley performances on Saturday Night Live on 25 October 2014,[87] and at the 2014 American Music Awards on 23 November 2014, with XCX joining her on stage for the latter.[88] On 31 December 2014, Azalea and XCX performed the song on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.[89]

Track listing[edit]

Production credits and personnel[edit]

  • Written by Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, The Invisible Men, Jon Turner, Kurtis Mckenzie
  • Produced by the Invisible Men, the Arcade
  • Vocals by Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX
  • Drums and programming by Kurtis Mckenzie, George Astasio, Jon Shave, and Sean Momberger
  • Keyboards by Kurtis Mckenzie, Jason Pebworth, and Jon Shave
  • Iggy Azalea's vocals engineered by Eric Weaver and John Armstrong
  • Mixed by Anthony Kilhoffer and assisted by Kyle Ross.



Region Certification Sales/shipments
Australia (ARIA)[42] 4× Platinum 280,000^
Canada (Music Canada)[46] 3× Platinum 346,000[47]
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[141] Platinum 30,000^
Italy (FIMI)[142] Platinum 30,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[44] Platinum 15,000*
Sweden (GLF)[143] Platinum 40,000x
United Kingdom (BPI)[144] Platinum 600,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[145] 5× Platinum 5,000,000[22]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
xunspecified figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales/streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United Kingdom 17 February 2014[11] Urban contemporary radio Virgin EMI Records
United States 3 March 2014[146] Digital download Island Records
Australia 7 March 2014[147] Universal Music
United States 11 March 2014[148] Rhythmic contemporary radio Island Records
United Kingdom[149] 6 April 2014 Digital download Virgin EMI
Italy[150] Digital download Universal Music
2 May 2014[151] Contemporary hit radio

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