Iggy Azalea is set to release her debut single ‘Work’ on April 1st – listen to it below.
Almost a born star, Iggy Azalea’s modelling work and relationship with A$AP Rocky thrust her into the spotlight last year. Adoring the cover of our fashion issue, she was typically graceful is ever outspoken.
Now the American artist is lining up her debut single following the success of mixtapes such as 2011′s ‘Ignorant Art’. ‘Work’ is set to be released on April 1st, and the track is a bold introduction to her world – with Azalea at one point rapping “no money, no family, 16 in the middle of Miami…”
Iggy Azalea’s “Work” music video includes scenes inspired by “Bombs Over Baghdad” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Deathproof.”
When it came to the inspiration for her new “Work” music video, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea didn’t hesitate in pulling ideas from various sources. During an interview with MTV News, the Aussie import shared that Outkast’s “Bombs Over Baghdad” was one of a handful of visual pieces that inspired her latest music video.
Last year, it was revealed that Grand Hustle impresario T.I. had signed on to executive produce Iggy Azalea’s impending studio debut The New Classic. Now, in a recent interview with 16Bars.TV, the Australian rapper revealed that T.I. will no longer be working on the album’s production.
Iggy Azalea has been confirmed as Ora’s support for the tour – the 22-year-old rapper recently accompanied Ora for some US dates.
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