Monthly Archives: November 2013

When Katy Perry Met Iggy Azalea: Go Behind Their MTV Meet-Cute

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Australian rapper Iggy Azalea becomes a guest reporter for MTV News to ask the hard question: ‘Would you rather live in the sky, or underwater?’

Minutes before her interview with Katy Perry, Australian rapper/model Iggy Azalea told the room that she wanted to ask the Prism singer what planet she would visit, if she could visit any planet in the universe. And she was completely serious.

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Iggy Azalea & T.I. Perform “Change Your Life” on ‘Letterman’ (Video)

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With her debut album not set to hit shelves until next year, Hustle Gang’s First Lady, Iggy Azalea, graced the Ed Sullivan Theater tonight, as she and T.I. were the musical guests on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Performing her single “Change Your Life,” Azalea rocked an all white skin-tight outfit, which wonderfully highlights all of her womanly curves, and sang alongside a live band. You can view the performance in full up above. The New Classic album due out in 2014.

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Iggy Azalea is on “Fire”, Baby!

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Rainstorms and wet weather may be rocking the East Coast, it the wet weather didn’t stop Iggy Azalea from rocking the main stage of the Ed Sullivan Theatre.

The rapper-turned-model was spotted in New York before her appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman.

But before she could enjoy the comforts of the green room, Azalea had to battle the elements to make her way into the Times Square landmark studio.

The musician paired the form-fitting bottoms with Givenchy check-embossed lace-up ankle boots, which retail for around $1950.

The high-priced designer boot features a metal-studded platform and laces tipped with gold-tone pyramid stud aglet.

In her hand, the Work singer carried a Fendi Iconic Be Baguette bag in soft violet – available at a mere $2,950.

She wore her hair pulled by from her face by braiding the front pieces of hair, allowing the rest of her blonde locks to fall into a natural wave.

Azalea’s debut album, The New Classic, is set to be released in 2014.

Read more: DailyMail.co.uk

Oops! Iggy Azalea Denies EMA Red Carpet Wardrobe Malfunction

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Iggy Azalea has addressed her apparent wardrobe malfunction at the 2013 MTV EMA on Sunday (November 10).

Shortly after the Work rapper walked the red carpet in a very revealing black frock, which had two huge splits up the front, she was said to have flashed at the cameras and wasn’t wearing any underwear.

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Flashback early 2013: Iggy Azalea Signs To Mercury Records

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Iggy Azalea has confirmed that the the blonde bombshell has inked a deal with Mercury Records UK, securing a stable home for both she and her highly anticipated debut album, ‘The New Classic.’

Label’s President Jason Iley revealed, “Iggy Azalea is exactly the kind of artist we are trying to sign at Mercury – incredibly exciting and forward-thinking. With her new songs, she will leap forward from her brilliant mixtape,whilst retaining what makes her so utterly unique. She is without doubt going to be a force to be reckoned with.”

Adding to this, her manager Sarah Stennett explained, “Iggy Azalea is one of a rare breed.. a superstar, with a strong sense of self and a unique talent. From the moment I met her the team and I were completely fascinated. She has an incredible story. It is a great pleasure for me to work with Iggy, T.I. who has helped developed her, and now Mercury Records. We have great confidence in Iggy’s future.”

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Iggy Azalea says record label ‘made me disposable’

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Australian Iggy Azalea, one of the most hyped MCs in American hip-hop, has criticised her record label, saying they treat the recording process as “a joke”.

Azalea is no stranger to hard work, having found success after a dogged seven-year transformation from Mullumbimby schoolgirl to one of rap’s biggest names, but her biggest struggle was finding uninterrupted time to make music. “Labels think that a ‘recording day’ means a day to put in promo and do phone interviews every two hours,” the 23-year-old explains over lunch at a Melbourne hotel.

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