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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

Hear a preview of Iggy Azalea’s new track “7Teen”

“7Teen” is actually not from her upcoming album. It is an unused song she recorded in 2011 and never released
AceShowbiz: Iggy Azalea recently said that she wouldn’t be releasing new music until next year. To tide fans over, the Aussie native took to Twitter over the weekend to preview a demo of never-before-heard song called “7teen”, presumably from her upcoming sophomore album.

In the 20-second snippet, which is featured in a video of two people dancing in a studio, Iggy sort of name-checks fellow rapper Future as she mentions his tour DJ when rapping, “Meet me in the Future, OK, let’s go/ Make them dance around – DJ Esco.”

“Late last night… watching these geeks dance around to demos like it was 2011 again, and laughing about it all,” the “Fancy” hitmaker wrote in the caption.

Iggy’s second album would be called “Digital Distortion” and was originally planned for release this year. A few days ago, she gave an update on the follow-up to 2014’s “The New Classic” while tweeting her response to a harsh comment Erykah Badu made about her when she was hosting the 2015 Soul Train Awards.

“I dont really know what im doing with my music release; but im finished (except for getting the features recorded),” she wrote at that time. “Right now i live in america and am very close to the Def Jam team; but im actually signed out of the UK. Things are complicated… Im ready with my music but i am also trying to restructure some things to work smoother and better for me. So we are all kind of still just figuring out how things should work and id guess thats going to take a few weeks.”

In another tweet she posted this weekend, Iggy explained to a fan why she would wait until 2016 to drop new project. “Oh, you didnt know the entire music business is no where to be found after thanksgiving? its slow moving in dec, best 2 wait,” she said.

Dec 7, 2015

Iggy Azalea tweets about new music being ready after a month off from her social networks

Iggy Azalea was pretty quiet during the entire month of November. None of her social networks were updated in the meantime. On Tuesday (December 1st) she posted on Twitter a few lines, as well as a new picture (which you can see above).

In the tweets she talks about having finished the album, having some problems with how the music is going to be released (as she apparently signed out of a UK label and is closing with the Def Jam team), talks about the Christmas spirit (and the Barnes & Noble’s commercial with Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett) and also about one of her horses, that is now sick. Read Iggy’s latest tweets:

Hi guys i know its been a while.
We are days from 2016, but i came online today and saw its still cool to try and discredit my 2014 accomplishments. LOL, fucking hell.
Seems exhausting. Anyway – Ive been enjoying the holiday season and i hope you all have too.
I dont really know what im doing with my music release; but im finished (except for getting the features recorded)
Right now i live in america and am very close to the Def Jam team; but im actually signed out of the UK. Things are complicated.
Im ready with my music but i am also trying to restructure some things to work smoother and better for me.
So we are all kind of still just figuring out how things should work and id guess thats going to take a few weeks.
also. rando comment. Lady gaga looks beautiful in her holiday commercial with Tony and its put me in the christmas spirit.
Also horse update for any fellow horse lovers, one of mine might have Lymes 🙁
that or hes just not doing with well in this climate. we are waiting on blood work.
So i hope he will get better, but its already been 3 months without riding him and he may have to go back to the east coast.
so im a little heart broken but still hopeful about things. Defender is doing fine and has been consoling me. lol.
I’ll let you guys know if i get any updates, but if not… see you next year! enjoy the rest of 2015. xoxo

Dec 2, 2015

Iggy Azalea wouldn’t like to be in Rita Ora’s “Lady Marmalade” remake

Just Monday, Rita Ora was tweeting about gathering some friends for a new “Lady Marmalade”. The singer tweeted she’d like to have Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX and Miley Cyrus as companions for the cover, but well, Iggy Azalea may have crushed her (and why not our?) dreams.

Right after a bunch of tweets, and the trending topic #LadyMarmalade on Twitter, Iggy Azalea felt the need to respond, and she said the song should be left alone, and she has nothing to do with Rita’s ideas. OUCH!

“Please leave me out of the whole Lady Marmalade conversation. I have nothing to do with ritas ideas & agree it should be left alone. Thanks” she stated via Twitter.

Oct 14, 2015

Iggy Azalea says there’s no “beef” between her and Britney Spears

Iggy Azalea may have insinuated that “Pretty Girls” flop was on Britney Spears’ side, but despite the media and Twitter fans trying to create a beef between the two, Azalea has said she and Britney Spears remain friends and Spears has her support 100%. The rapper clarified on Twitter:

Iggy Azalea is no enemies with Britney Spears

Jun 30, 2015

Iggy Azalea quits Twitter, says “Internet is the ugliest reflection of mankind”

The Independent UK: Iggy Azalea has called quits on Twitter after dramatically describing the internet as “the ugliest reflection of mankind there is”.

The Australian rapper has been mercilessly trolled many times before and what with those Azealia Banks, Snoop Dogg and Eminem feuds too, she fears the online world is making her too “angry”.

Not one to leave quietly, however, Azalea launched into an epic tirade against the Twittersphere before handing the accounts over to her management.

This all began when the 24-year-old returned from a holiday with her boyfriend to find that paparazzi pictures had been taken of her in her bikini.

Azalea was threatened by hackers after entering into a Twitter battle with Banks last December, after the black rapper accused her of “making fun” of serious racial issues.

“You’re poisonous and I feel genuinely sorry for you,” Azalea wrote, leading to a social media storm of unprecedented strength.

Previously, she was angered when Snoop Dogg posted a degrading Instagram picture of a person with pale skin and cornrows and claimed it was “White Chicks 2 starring Iggy” in an obvious jibe about her race.

And then there was Eminem, who ordered her not to “blow that rape whistle” in his “song Vegas”, to which she replied that she was bored of “the old men threatening young women entertainment trend”.

Oh and the most reason Papa Johns feud at the Grammys. At least it looks like Azalea will still be on Instagram and Facebook…for now.

Feb 20, 2015

Iggy Azalea responds to Jill Scott and Eve on her “blaccent”

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After Jill Scott and Eve weighed in on the ongoing discussion of cultural appropriation in hip-hop last week and targeted Iggy Azalea’s “blaccent” as an example of her lacking originality, the Australian rapper has responded.

Posting to Twitter on Wednesday (Jan. 28), Azalea suggested unnamed people — presumably Scott and Eve — just feel uncomfortable with who she is and would rather try to pin her to Australian stereotypes than accept this as real. She also offered advice to her young fans: “Be as complex and multidimensional and interesting as you possibly can.”

Read her full comments below:

Speaking with Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning, Scott said she felt Azalea’s style was a “big bite” of Da Brat and Eve and that made it “challenging” for her to like.

She and Eve agreed Azalea isn’t “original,” before labeling her rapping style as a “Blaccent.”

“She’s from a different place and I’ve said this before, it would be dope to hear her with her swag,” Eve said. “Who are you, what are you, what is that?”

Source: Billboard

Jan 29, 2015

Anonymous Twitter account which threatened Iggy Azalea was not real

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After multiple media outlets reported Twitter account @TheAnonMessage was threatening to release snapshots of an alleged Iggy Azalea sex tape if the “Fancy” singer did not back up on the feud with Azealia Banks by apologizing, @YourAnonNews confirmed that the Twitter account spreading those threats, in spite of having thousands of followers, was not real and had no connections with the hacktivist group Anonymous.

Via Twitter, @YourAnonNews said that the only Twitter accounts really connected with the group are @AnonReport and @YourAnonCentral, besides @YourAnonNews itself. The group said to have, in their own words: “more important and relevant issues to tackle than some pop star,” officially denying to be threatening Iggy Azalea.

The account which made the threats, claiming to have a sex tape of Iggy and “so much shit” on her, has since been suspended from Twitter. Iggy Azalea herself, or her management, haven’t addressed the threats, the rapper only stated that such “sex tape does not exist.”

Dec 25, 2014

Iggy Azalea speaks up on appropriation accusations after Will.i.am, Lupe Fiasco defended her

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NY Daily News: Iggy Azalea is feeling thankful after more hip hop stars have come to her defense.

In the Australian rappers’ ongoing feud with Azealia Banks, who doesn’t feel the white emcee has a place in hip hop, which she recently described as “black music,” some of the genre’s hitmakers have tweeted messages about hip hop’s global appeal.

“@IGGYAZALEA hiphop is global now … it doesn’t matter if your white or black,” Will.i.am wrote Monday in support of the “Fancy” rapper. “Thanks for contributing & spreading our culture positively. It saddens me that people are making a big deal about race in hiphop & not ethics … today’s ethics goes against our foundation.”

Days after Azalea’s mentor, T.I., and A Tribe Called Quest rapper Q-Tip aired their grievances over Banks comments by providing a hip hop history lesson on Twitter, the Black Eyed Peas member added some knowledge of his own.

“In 1980 a white girl from punk rock group @blondieOFFICIAL helped #hiphop expand beyond the hood with a song called #rapture,” he wrote. “At the end of the day who cares what people think … do what you love … stay #fancy … #congrats.”

In addition to Banks’ strong opinions about the Aussie rappers’ success, a hacking group called Anonymous, is said to have issued threats to release images from a sex tape supposedly featuring Azalea. The Twitter account the threats were issued through has since been deactivated, but not before the group gave Azalea 48 hours to apologize to Banks for her part in the feud.

“Iggy has a place in HipHop,” rapper Lupe Fiasco tweeted to one of his followers. “Her place.”

The 24-year-old “Booty” emcee shot to fame quickly in 2014 while still discovering exactly where her place is in the worldwide, chart-topping genre.

Although she may still be considered a rookie in the game, there’s no way she couldn’t feel gratitude by veteran rappers backing her.

“Thanks lupe and will iam what you guys said was really nice and I appreciate it,” Azalea tweeted Monday. “Most people learn every and anything they can about the subjects they are passionate about, I’m no different.”

The “Change Your Life” rapper then proceeded to go on a tirade about her place in hip hop and how she won’t waste any more trying to convince those that already have a “cemented opinion of me.”

“How you feel about me blending musical genres together doesn’t bother me,” she wrote. “No one is making you support or buy pop rap albums.”

Afterwards, Azalea chose to post a message of keeping the peace … at least over the holidays.

“Now, if you guys don’t mind … I’m on my Christmas break enjoying it with people I actually KNOW … in REAL life,” she tweeted. “You should do the same.”

Will.i.am also had a final thought to share, “I wish more people cared more about our education vs prisons in America like they do about this @IGGYAZALEA debate.”

Dec 24, 2014

Will.i.am praises Iggy Azalea for “contributing and spreading (black) culture positively”

Will.I.Am praises Iggy Azalea

The last few weeks we have seen a handful of rappers and black artists commenting on Iggy Azalea and her place in Hip-Hop specially for being a white female in a genre known to be dominated by black people and men. Most notorious was the feud between Azalea and Azealia Banks who said on an interview for a radio station how Iggy Azalea appropriates from black culture negatively also adding that she isn’t an excellent artist and should not be getting awards and accolades in rap/hip-hop.

Today, The Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am has dropped his opinion on the matter. He praised Iggy Azalea for contributing to black culture positively and for helping spreading it worldwide. He tweeted:

@IGGYAZALEA hiphop Is global now…it doesn’t matter if your white or black…thanks for contributing & spreading our culture positively.

Is saddens me that people are making a big deal about race in hiphop & not ethics…today’s ethics goes against our foundation.

In 1980 a white girl from punk rock group @blondieOFFICIAL helped #hiphop expand beyond the hood with a song called #rapture

At the end of the day who cares what people think…do what you love…stay #fancy…#congrats

Dec 22, 2014