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Iggy Azalea talks “Digital Distortion” to Entertainment Weekly

EW.com: When Iggy Azalea started working on her second album, Digital Distortion, she came up with about 20 songs, scrapped them because they “didn’t really have a direction, there was nothing fresh about them,” and went back to working with D.R.U.G.S., the same team who produced her first acclaimed mixtape.

“I just felt like they really understood me so I went back to working with my friends,” she says. “It’s harder than my debut — more aggressive. It’s a little bit darker and moodier and there’s a bit more of a throwback to some of my older mixtape sounds. But it’s got electronic influences used in a rap way. My version of rap is alway always controversial.”

Digital Distortion also includes a love song, a rare move for Azalea. “It’s the one song I did that’s lovey because [fiancé] Nick [Young] was like, ‘You don’t have any love songs. I don’t exist,’” she says. “I usually do break-up ‘I hate you songs,’ but I’m getting married so I can’t write those anymore.”

After more than a year of making headlines for online tiffs with Talib Kweli and Azealia Banks, Azalea titled her album with specific care: “This album isn’t about Twitter battles. It’s about the way other people can distort your character and having the power through technology to do that.”

May 12, 2016

Iggy Azalea’s “Digital Distortion” might be released on June 10th

According to listing from Iggy Azalea’s label, her next album, “Digital Distortion”, is set to drop on June 10th.

Although the rapper has denied this information via her Twitter, her label hasn’t commented anything and continues listing the record for the said release date.

Meanwhile, the album’s first single, “Team”, has just recently caught a #42 peak on The Billboard Hot 100, the most important singles chart for the United States.

May 5, 2016
Mar 31, 2016

Iggy Azalea drops new lead single “TEAM”, with accompanying DANCE/Lyric music video

Billboard: Iggy Azalea is putting behind her a year she would “memory-erase” by releasing a new tune, “Team,” the lead single of her sophomore set “Digital Distortion”.

“Team” is the Aussie rapper’s first new music since “Pretty Girls,” her collab with Britney Spears which dropped in May 2015. The electro hip-hop track dropped this morning on iTunes and will earn its first public performance when Azalea appears next week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

“Keep on pushing, like a dealer/ Keep on shooting, Reggie Miller/Go and give ’em all the finger/You gotta set the score right, call it Hans Zimmer,” she raps in “Team”. Watch the lyric video below.

Mar 18, 2016

Iggy Azalea reveals “TEAM” cover art; single out March 18th

Iggy Azalea has released on Twitter this Tuesday (March 8th) the official cover and the release date for the lead single of her next album, “Digital Distortion”. “TEAM” will be released on March 18th.

Mar 8, 2016

Iggy Azalea reveals lenticular cover of new album, “Digital Distortion”

Iggy Azalea has revealed the album cover for her sophomore effort “Digital Distortion”.

The singer shared the cover via a Twitter video, which was appropriate for showing off its lenticular cover. “Sneaky little #DigitalDistortion preview for you guys,” the Aussie rapper tweeted.

Check out Iggy’s album cover below:

Feb 4, 2016

Iggy Azalea tweets about label cancelling music video for “Azillion”

Vulture: Even if Iggy Azalea never saw the instant-classic meme of Sarah Palin’s bizarre Donald Trump speech dubbed over her own equally bizarre live rapping, she would’ve been having a bad week. Not in the very least because, as she shared with fans in one of her usual TMI-filled stories, she peed herself during a root canal on Wednesday. (In her defense, Iggy says she was sedated for eight hours.) No, her real hump-day woes stem from an already-backfiring career comeback: The rap pariah tweeted last night that her label is refusing to let her film a video for her “buzz” single “Azillion” because her hive has not been buzzing loud enough.

She released the song under the presumptive impression that it would go “viral” — in fact, she notes in her tweets, it already has. “I felt like it was dope so, whatever. Ted Cockle doesn’t wanna see me shine. What can I say,” she ranted, calling out the president of Virgin EMI, as you do when you’re keeping things “mildly professional.” Of course, only the internet can decide what goes viral, and it appears the internet has spoken: 879,000 streams does not a viral hit make. So, what’s a disgruntled artist to do? “If all else fails, I’ll just drive around L.A. and play my new album really loudly every Monday from 4-6pm hahaha.” L.A., you’ve been warned.

Jan 21, 2016

Iggy Azalea teases “Middle Man”, new track from “Digital Distortion”

Idolator: Iggy Azalea promised to deliver new music yesterday (January 14) and she came through in the early hours of the morning with a snippet of “Middle Man.” The second buzz track from sophomore LP Digital Distortion finds the Australian rapper in a combative mood. The 25-year-old touches on the mayhem of the last 12 months (she’s still the realest) over a spooky beat courtesy of production collective D.R.U.G.S. (Dirty Rotten Underground Sound).

“Middle Man” is a change of pace from the catchy, upbeat “AZILLION.” It’s a reminder that, contrary to Twitter trolls and click-hungry music writers, Iggy can indeed rap. A point the producers make at the end of the snippet (below) when they sarcastically call it “the best pop song.” The full version is expected to arrive imminently, followed by official lead single “Team.”

Jan 15, 2016