Iggy Azalea Departs Def Jam; Hints January 2018 As New Music Release Date
2017 has been a rocky year for rapstress Iggy Azalea.
The saucy Aussie – who saw her long-awaited sophomore album, ‘Digital Distortion,’ shelved due to multiple non-performing singles and battles with her label home, Def Jam – took to Twitter in late August to confirm she was making “major changes” in all areas of business.
Fast forward to now, in a string of tweets lifted in the wee hours of the morning from the Grammy nominee’s account, she confirms the changes have not only been finalized but that she’s well on the way to releasing new music. Read them all inside:
While we await news on her “new label,” Azalea teased some of the offerings that may be found on her new project. Ditching the title ‘Digital Distortion,’ the album’s new moniker is ‘Surviving the Summer’ and it is set to feature the tunes “Never Satisfied,” “Hate On It,” “Good” and “Going Up.”