Iggy Azalea continues to flaunt it.
Iggy Azalea is a rapper who's had her share of setbacks thus far in 2017. Her ongoing dispute with her record label, Def Jam, has led to the end of her single roll out from her album Digital Distortion, the full-length version of which might never see the light of day. However, this lack of support hasn't stopped her from hitting the road and, in the process, showing off her best-known physical assets to concert attendees.
As per a report from the U.K. publication The Daily Mail, the Australian-born rapper took to the stage in Budapest, Hungary to perform a collection of her biggest hits at the Sziget Festival for fans. From "Fancy" to her most recent radio mainstay "Switch," Azalea put on a strong show by all accounts. However, as has been the case with her shows as of late, her hourglass figure almost upstaged her rhyming while out in front of the crowd. A provocative display, which reports indicate included a lot of raunchy dance moves and choreography that focused on her derriere, attendees of the festival definitely got themselves an eyeful. She also opted for pretty risque attire, which included short shorts, fishnet-style tights and some knee-high boots, a look that is now becoming a bit of a signature wardrobe choice for her.
This sexy turn at the Eastern European festival wasn't the only item concerning Azalea that managed to grab headlines recently. The Daily Mail also reported that Rita Ora, a female artist who is trying to make a comeback of her own from music industry purgatory, voiced some words of support for the embattled rapper where her Digital Distortion album is concerned. 'It's difficult for any artist to go through a situation like that," said the singer. "But everyone finds a way to come out of that and sometimes you just need to change the dynamics of the situation." Ora famously settled a dispute with Jay-Z's label Roc Nation after she failed to deliver the requisite number of albums stipulated in her contract with them. Hopefully, sunnier times are ahead for both women, who sound determined to turn their music fortunes around.
Check out a video of Azalea's performance below.