M.I.A. 'Bring the Noize' Video: Watch Her Comeback Video Here

How do you follow an album of "digital ruckus" that was simultaneously praised and criticized for its experimental content and brazen lyrics? You dye your hair pink and do it all over again.

That's exactly where we find M.I.A. on "Bring the Noize," her first single in three years to front her upcoming fourth LP. With new hair and a mess of different genres that include trap, techno and hip-hop, the British songstress returns in a big way, boasting "I sleep on my tongue and I sleep by two." If you thought the song was loud, just wait until you check out the terror punk video. This may seem tame compared to some of her past escapades, but it's still sure to brew up attention.

Clad in all white, M.I.A. is lead into a militant club, where she meets cattle, black light and a room flooded in gold. Matangi is expected to drop this fall. Check out the video, which premiered Tuesday on Noisey, here:


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Steven Goldstein

New York native, junior at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. I'm a beat writer for FOX Sports Next's Purple Wildcats, a Scout.com coverage site. I'm also a featured columnist at Bleacher Report, a top national sports destination, and a contributor to HipHopDX, TD Daily and KevinNottingham.com. I'm a freelancer for Liberty Mutual's Coach of the Year award in college football. I was an intern at PolicyMic's Manhattan office for the summer of 2013.

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