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Iggy Azalea on Billboard Year-End 2015 Lists

While 2015 was a pretty slow year for Iggy Azalea, with barely no releases besides some features, she still managed to chart in some of The Billboard Year-End lists for this year.

Last year, 2014, she was on top of several charts including Top New Artists, Rap Artist of The Year and Rap Song of The Year (for “Fancy”) while appearing at #6 on Artists of The Year.

In 2015 her appearances were a bit more shy, of course, she had no major releases. Her 2014 hit “Fancy” made an appearance at #50 on R&B Songs, and #25 on Rap Streaming Songs.

On the Artists of The Year list, she appears at #62, while appearing at #77 on Hot 100 Artists of The Year (this one is based on the performance of the singles during the year). All her chart appearances are listed above, original image by twitter.com/iggysource.

Dec 15, 2015

“Pretty Girls” gets VEVO certified: Over 100 million VEVO/Youtube views

All around the world… “Pretty Girls” by pop legend Britney Spears and Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea has just reached the 100 million views mark on Vevo/Youtube.

This marks Britney Spears’s 10th VEVO certified video (over 100 million views) and Iggy Azalea’s 4th. Iggy’s other three are: Fancy (currently at 591 million views), Black Widow (currently at 317 million views) and Work (currently at 182 million views). After these three, “Change Your Life” and “Bounce” are her videos with most views, but still a long way to 100m, both currently at 55 million views.

Jul 24, 2015

Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea’s “Pretty Girls” tops Billboard Dance chart

Iggy Azalea, Britney Spears top Dance chart

It seems “Pretty Girls” is a huge club-banger, as it moves up to the top of The Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart. The song was this week’s most played track in nightclubs/dance clubs all over the world.

This is Britney Spears 9th #1 on the chart, and Iggy Azalea’s third. Out of Azalea’s tracks which charted on the Dance chart, “Fancy” and “Black Widow” went #1 with “Work” and “Beg for It” peaking #5 and #3, respectively.

The Dance/Club chart is built by submissions from hundreds of DJs and nightclubs from all the world with a list of the most played tracks of their setlists.

Congrats, girls!

Jul 8, 2015

Iggy Azalea blames Britney Spears for “Pretty Girls” flop

Iggy Azalea blames Britney Spears for Pretty Girls flop

US Weekly: Iggy Azalea first blamed Britney Spears for the failure of their track “Pretty Girls,” and then proceeded to explain herself with a seriously nasty tweet. It all went down during a Twitter Q&A on Sunday, June 28.

After one fan noted that their 2015 collab “flopped a little bit,” Azalea responded: “@rhuancesarr its difficult to send a song up the charts without additional promo and tv performances etc. unfortunately im just featured…”

Her response, of course, sent Spears’ fans into a frenzy and after the Internet picked up her shade, Azalea took it to another level. “@ThePopZone my comment is factual, it applies to any song. I dont have to suck the womans asshole 24/7 to be her friend, do i? bye girls,” she wrote in response to the outlet’s story about her seemingly shading the pop star.

For the record, “Pretty Girls” peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard Hot 100.

On Monday, Azalea explained that she didn’t mean any ill will towards Brit. “@itsGsusBitch im not attacking anyone. all i said was: i wish we had promoted more but thats out of my control. shes a good friend,” she tweeted at a fan. “Genuine friends have genuine opinions,” she added. “Its possible & healthy to have a differing thought without it being bitchy or shade.”

Jun 29, 2015

“Beg for It” goes Platinum

The lead single of Iggy Azalea’s last album, “Reclassified”, has just been certified Platinum by The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for selling over 1 million downloads in the United States.

Congrats, Iggy and MØ!

Jun 11, 2015

Petition to seize Iggy Azalea Billboard Rap Awards takes over the Internet

Iggy Azalea

Apparently, some Hip-Hop fans are fuming because Iggy Azalea took home “Rap Artist” and “Rap Song” (for “Fancy”) at last Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards (as well as Top Streaming Artist) and a petition has been started on Change.org and has garnered as of Saturday, March 23rd, nearly 14,500 signatures.

According to the first petitioner, Billboard broke their own rules by nominating and awarding “Fancy”, claiming the song had come out before the eligibility period. Eligibility for the 2015 award show was March 2014 through February 2015 and “Fancy” got released in February 2014. Technically, the song was just eligible to the 2014 ceremony.

The petitioners are claiming “Anaconda”, by Nicki Minaj, which was also nominated in that category, was hurt by “Fancy” irregular nomination, and should’ve become the winner.

Billboard has not addressed this matter, and probably won’t. (As this is pure stupidity anyway).


May 23, 2015

“Pretty Girls” running for MTV and Billboard’s Song of The Summer

Pretty Girls running for Song of The Summer at MTV, Billboard

Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea’s single “Pretty Girls” is currently running in two different polls for Song of The Summer. Billboard and MTV are each asking for The Song of The Summer, so be sure to cast your vote for our ladies.

As of right now, “Pretty Girls” is right behind Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” on MTV’s poll for the title (by a 100,000 votes margin) and three spots down from the top on Billboard’s poll with roughly 3% of total votes at #4 (losing to One Direction’s “No Control”, Justin Bieber, Diplo and Skrillex’s song “Where Are You Now” and Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It”).

To vote for MTV’s poll, click here, For Billboard’s, Click here.

May 21, 2015

“Pretty Girls” debuts on Billboard Hot 100

Racking up at Number 6 on The Billboard Hot Digital Songs after moving approximately 96,000 downloads during its release week, Iggy Azalea’s joint single with Britney Spears debuts at #29 on The Billboard Hot 100, the top U.S. chart for singles.

And in case you haven’t watched the video yet: Click here.

May 14, 2015

Britney Spears, Iggy Azalea’s “Pretty Girls” to secure a Top 40 Hot 100 debut next week

Power-girl anthem, joint single by Pop Queen Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea, is headed for a Top 40 debut on The Hot 100 next week, reports U.S. charts company Billboard.

The song, which got as high as #2 on iTunes on its release day (Monday, May 4th) has already a whooping total of 2,500 spins on pop radio with over 20 million audience impressions and its streaming points aren’t far behind, if we count only the Vevo streams through Britney Spears official page, that’s already over 5 million streams.

The title is expected to sell in excess of 100,000 downloads until the end of the tracking week (on Sunday, May 10th), off if we compare to Spears’s last lead single, “Work Bitch”, which opened to nearly 180,000 downloads.

A music video for “Pretty Girls” will be released on May 11th and a performance featuring the duo will take place at The 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17th.

The following week’s chart, with “Pretty Girls” debut, will be released on Wednesday (May 13th).

May 9, 2015

Billboard names “Fancy” one of the best videos of the decade (so far)

The end of 2014 also meant the end of the first half of the 2010s, a decade in which the music video expanded as an art form to include eye-popping visuals, epic running times, audience participation and a certain horse-style dance. The past five years have included lots of stellar music videos, but these 20 were the visuals from the past half-decade that we’ll never forget.

The Top 20 goes as the following, with Iggy Azalea placed at #5:
20) “Bangarang” – Skrillex
19) “Rolling In The Deep” – Adele
18) “Genesis” – Grimes
17) “Turn Down For What” – DJ Snake & Lil Jon
16) “Body Party” – Ciara
15) “Make Some Noise” – Beastie Boys
14) “Runaway” – Kanye West
13) “Somebody That I Used to Know” – Gotye feat. Kimbra
12) “Chandelier” – Sia
11) “We Used to Wait” – Arcade Fire
10) “Otis” – Jay Z feat. Kanye West
09) “Gangnam Style” – PSY
08) “National Anthem” – Lana Del Rey
07) “Yonkers” – Tyler, The Creator
06) “Countdown” – Beyoncé
05) “Fancy” – Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX
04) “Wrecking Ball” – Miley Cyrus
03) “”H.Y.F.R.” – Drake
02) “We Found Love” – Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris
01) “Telephone” – Lady Gaga feat. Beyoncé

Their writing for “Fancy”:

05 Iggy Azalea, “Fancy”
First thing’s first: If you’re going to channel Clueless, you’ve got some big (name brand) stilettos to fill. Luckily, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX were more than up to the challenge, nailing both the iconic clothing, and, perhaps more importantly, the “we’ve arrived” attitude. Who doesn’t want to party with the two coolest girls in school?

Source: Billboard

Jan 17, 2015