Over 23 years, the hyperkinetic, unapologetically horny sound of New Orleans bounce has changed the world – perhaps you’ve heard of the word “twerk”? – and now the genre’s loudest ambassador has finally made a proper debut. Though Just Be Free is a lot more polished than sample-happy Freedia singles like “Azz Everywhere!,” it hits just as hard. She embraces the textures of contemporary EDM – wet snares, buzz-saw synths, the occasional triumphant trance melody – but the feel is unmistakably bounce throughout. Even the occasional rhythmic detour (the Neptunes-gone-Diplo sway of “Dangerous”) is always precision-made to make you shake your rump.