Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is out here looking unidentifiable. The hip-hop diva has treated fans to a grip of new pics showcasing a fresh hairstyle and color.
Last night, Iggy went to Instagram to show off pics of herself donning purple hair.
In a recent interview, Iggy credited musicians Quavo, Kesha and Demi Lovato for always being there for her.
“He gains nothing for being on the song. Everybody’s probably just like, ‘Oh, but she sucks,’ or ‘Oh, he just did it for money.’ No, he hit me up and we sent music back and forth, and he wanted to do that song. … If I’m being honest, the only people who have been there for me are Quavo, Kesha and Demi,” she says. “And everyone else has pretty much acted like I don’t exist.” Azalea says that she and Kesha text all the time — they’ve made a date to tackle some jigsaw puzzles together, while Kesha recovers from a torn ACL — and that Lovato often calls to check up on her. “People like Charli, I’ll see them in passing and say hi, there’s no bad blood about that,” she explains. “But there definitely have been some people that I feel like, ‘Okay, wow, you’re really gonna completely disassociate because of other people’s perceptions?’ Which is kind of wack as f*ck, but I try not to dwell too much on those things, because I understand — you guys have your own brands, and you’re just trying to protect yourself. I try not to take that personally.” (Billboard)
Last month, Iggy delivered some fire advice about how to get payback on cheaters.
“I have had the same thing happen! Guys! You have to stop linking your iCloud to your iPad, dum dum. Screenshot that sh*t, send it to yourself and then decide how much of his sh*t you’re gonna burn. Burn the H&M sh*t or like the cheaper sh*t, the Forever 21 sh*t and give him a chance to tell the truth and then end with whatever the most expensive sh*t is. Yeah I’ve burned people’s sh*t. It works.” (Vevo)
In a recent interview, Iggy went uber personal and talked about needing extra loving in the bedroom.
“I think you should make it last longer than the regular edit of the song. I need a little more than two minutes and thirty seconds. I don’t need a whole album but at least an EP would be nice. Like 6 [songs worth]. I guess four songs is already if you play two more later on.” (TRL)