Hustle Gang’s Iggy Azalea has announced she may have suffered a slight professional setback coming off the recent release of her “Zillion” single.
Iggy revealed her record label is not letting her fully promote the catchy tune on Twitter Thursday (January 21).
Earlier this month, Iggy treated supporters to her “Zillion” audio gem.
Late Friday night, Iggy Azalea planted the first seeds of what she hopes will eventually flower into her 2016 comeback by posting the new song “Azillion” to her SoundCloud page. “*BUZZ TRACK… 4 MY RATZ*” the song’s info reads, leading one to believe it’s not an official single, but just a song to clear the decks on her 2015 and re-announce her presence with authority for the new year. The song does that, with massive house synths pairing with trap beats for one of Iggy’s hugest-sounding songs yet. (SPIN)
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A few days prior, Iggy’s NBA fiancée Nick Young hyped up her upcoming sophomore studio release.
“Aw man, it’s gonna be the best album of 2016. I got my Swaggy P feature on it so that’s why it’s gon’ blow up. [Laughs] I see how hard she be in the studio and I heard a couple songs. Couple surprises and a lot of features on there. It’ll be dope.” (Billboard)
During a recent Twitter chat with followers, Iggy admitted pop influenced her sound.