Well looks who’s back, Ms. Iggy Azalea. After some time away from the industry in 2015, the Australian rapper is looking to make a strong resurgence in 2016 as she preps the release of her upcoming sophomore album Digital Distortion. Kicking things off with a couple warmup tracks, Iggy releases the new song tonight called “Azillion,” which is believed to not be on the upcoming album as she quotes “BUZZ TRACK... 4 MY RATZ.”
SauceLordRich Feat. Iggy Azalea
Today we get the first leak from SauceLordRich's upcoming mixtape. You may not be familiar with SauceLordRich as a solo artist, but you've definitely heard of his super-producer crew, FKi. Rich makes up one half of the duo, and he's beginning the foray into rapper territory. Ahead of the project, he hits us with an FKi-produced collaboration featuring Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. Iggy hasn't released music in a minute, so this feature appearance will likely be welcomed by fans.
Britney Spears Feat. Iggy Azalea
Since getting her start, Iggy Azalea has worked with a pretty formidable list of female pop vocalists, including Charli XCX, Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson, but today, she works with her biggest name yet, Britney Spears. The singer and rapper have linked up for a new single called "Pretty Girls."
All Hands On Deck (Remix)
Tinashe Feat. Iggy Azalea
If you came to Tinashe's debut album, Aquarius, looking for 12 more "2 On"'s you would have left disappointed. The lead single from the album was a misleadingly upbeat statement for an LP built almost entirely off of slow grooves. However, there was one record that channelled the same club-ready spirit as the DJ Mustard banger, and unsurprisingly it's been selected as the next release.
Beg For It (Remix)
You gotta admit, "Beg For It" is a sick track, so we can't blame Joell Ortiz for wanting to spit over that beat, too. What was once a strictly female-only song now has a bit more balance to it and Ortiz blends so seamlessly into the song that it almost sounds like he was part of the project from the get-go. The nice part about this remix is that everyone from the original—Iggy Azalea and Danish singer, MØ—is in this version, as well. How very sportsmanlike of Ortiz!
Iggy Azalea Feat. Jennifer Hudson
Just in time to capitalize on winning Best Rap/Hip Hop Album at this year's American Music Awards, Iggy Azalea's The New Classic is now Reclassified and back in stores. Of the several new tracks to make the re-release, this brand new collaboration with Jennifer Hudson is the furthest departure from the Iggy found on hit singles like "Fancy" and "Black Widow." It's no secret that Ms. Azalea doesn't get the most love around these parts, but maybe this new Gospel-influenced sound will be a welcome change of pace.
We In This Bitch (Snippet)
Iggy Azalea will be dropping the re-release of her debut album, Reclassified, on November 24th alongside Rick Ross' Hood Billionaire and Eminem's Shady XV. It'll be interesting to see how the new star stacks up alongside Rozay on Em sales-wise.
Beg For It
Iggy Azalea Feat. MØ
Yesterday the lackluster "Iggy SZN" from Iggy Azalea's upcoming re-release of The New Classic, Reclassified, hit the internet, and today the Australian beauty follows it up with the lead single from the album, "Beg For It." Iggy's called upon a lesser-known Denmark singer MØ to assist her on the hook and strays from the electronic-lite production we heard on "Iggy SZN."
Iggy Azalea is going to be re-releasing her debut album The New Classic, as Reclassified.
No Mediocre (Remix)
Earlier this year, T.I. teamed up with his Hustle Gang protégé (and possible benefactor of his ghostwriting) Iggy Azazlea for "No Mediocre," a song that would eventually inspire a beef between him and Azealea Banks, who called his wife Tiny "mediocre." Now, Migos have (for the most part) replaced Iggy's faux Southern accent with their own authentic accents.
He Ain't Goin' Nowhere
Jennifer Hudson Feat. Iggy Azalea
On September 23rd, Jennifer Hudson will release her new album JHUD, and by the sound of all the singles released to date, it's about to be a very retro project. The R. Kelly-assisted "It's Your World" sounded almost disco-y, and now the new track "He Ain't Goin' Nowhere," produced by Pharrell in the height of his post-"Get Lucky" disco phase, is even more retro.
Black Widow (Darq E Freaker Remix)
Iggy Azalea Feat. Rita Ora
After breaking through with the infectious stomper, "Cherryade" in 2011, Darq E Freaker's profile has been steadily rising. The English producer has worked most notably with Danny Brown, a man who knows his way around a UK Dance beat (see his many collaborations with Glasgow's Rustie).
Jennifer Lopez Feat. Iggy Azalea
Jennifer Lopez shook things up with her own bootyful artwork for the single "Booty", albeit not quite as much as Nicki Minaj did with "Anaconda." The original record featured her oft-partner-in-crime Pitbull, however for the remix J. Lo calls upon a fellow girl in the game with an equally blessed booty, Iggy Azalea. They've even shot a photo for some new "Booty" artwork, which the males should enjoy.
Fancy (Freestyle) (Tags)
As a trendsetting Los Angeles MC, Problem has been rapping over the type of beat found on Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" for years. His latest freestyle finds him tackling the recent chart-topper, and sounding right at home over its ratchet production. Spitting straight bars about ruling the L.A. streets, Prob compares himself to Loaded Lux and says he "stays with that white girl like when I used to kick it with Iggy."
Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" is the objective song of the summer, whether you like it or not. No matter what you do over the next few months, you'll be hearing it everywhere, something Plies has surely taken note of. The Floridian rapper has turned in his own remix of the Mustard-esque track, adding a verse midway through the otherwise intact hit. Over the last two weeks or so, Plies has unleahsed an onslaught of freestyles, taking on ScHoolboy Q's "Studio", Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz", and Chris Brown's "Loyal" to name a few.
T.I. Feat. Iggy Azalea
Moments ago we received the full version of Mike WiLL Made It's new single, "Buy The World," and now Tip follows suit with the full version of his new collaboration "No Mediocre" with Hustle Gang member Iggy Azalea and production from DJ Mustard.
T.I. Feat. Iggy Azalea
T.I. has been hyping his upcoming single with Iggy Azalea over the last little while, which should be arriving next week (perfect timing, considering Azalea currently has the top two charting songs in country currently). While Tha Kang has only given us a 30 second preview for now, "No Mediocre" sounds like a possible smash. The song is built off of a west coast groove, that's complimented with some steal drum sounds.
Young California (Remix)
Problem Feat. Ariana Grande & Iggy Azalea
As far as hot tracks screaming for hip hop remixes, Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea's poppy "Problem" may not be your first choice. That is, unless you share your name with the song. Problem himself has hopped on a new "Young California" remix of the track, adding a verse to the original track. On the song's SoundCloud page, Young California says, "You know that Ariana Grande song that's being played everywhere right now entitled 'Problem?' Now instead of just Iggy Azalea being featured on the track, we have Los Angeles' Problem on it as well, it's the Young California Remix."
Million Dollar Dream
Iggy Azalea found a hit in the DJ Mustard-esque "Fancy", which in turn gave her a pretty decent first week in sales. Since then her profile has continued to grow, showing up on Ariana Grande's saxophone-led banger, "Problem", and now releasing a brand new song from Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" soundtrack. The Bollywood-infused track is a strangely good match for Iggy's brazen delivery. Look out for the Jon Hamm-starring film May 16th. Wale is also set to contribute a song to the film's soundtrack.
Ariana Grande Feat. Iggy Azalea
"Problem" is the first single from Ariana Grande's upcoming sophomore album, which she premiered at the Radio Disney Music Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday evening. The track features a verse from Iggy Azalea over jazzy, sax-heavy production (listen closely and you'll hear Big Sean whispering on the hook, too). How's the chemistry here, though?