Stream Iggy Azalea’s Debut Album “The New Classic” (NEW MUSIC)

I tried downloading the album off of iTunes early this morning and there were already more than 800 reviews from fans from all over the globe who LOVE the album. Is that enough of an incentive to at least listen to it on your own?

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Iggy Azalea the new classic album cover “No money, no family, 16 in the middle of Miami.”

It’s been a long time coming, but Australian rapper Iggy Azalea’sdebut album, The New Classic, is finally here.

The “Fancy” rapper’s album has received mixed reviews, but we’re giving fans the opportunity to judge for themselves. The 15-track record features collaborations by Rita Ora, Charli XCX, Mavado, T.I., and the candid song about her failed romance with A$AP Rocky, “Rolex.”

Iggy is taking her fancy show on the road with “The New Classic” tour, which kicks off later on this week. The New Classic is available for purchase on iTunes and at a music retailer near you. Stream Iggy’s debut album below.

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Iggy Azalea Talks Love, Label Drama, & Meeting Beyonce (VIDEO)

I can’t wait for her new album “The New Classic” arrives . . . hopefully, this will tied me over until then.

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It’s pretty established that we love us some Iggy Azalea — from her accent to her assets, and of course her music we’re not ashamed to be fans.

Global Grind sat down with Iggy where she talked about working with Charli XCX, touring and meeting with Beyonce, issues with music labels, and her album The New Classic.

Aside from her music, Iggy’s love-life has often been a topic. From dating A$AP Rocky and the infamous tattoo to now dating Nick Young her relationships have always been under the microscope.

Her thoughts I love this time around: 

“I think that I’m more realistic about things that could go wrong and understanding how understand how extreme my circumstances are and one day everything can be great and the next day everything can be gone. So it’s not that I don’t…

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DJ CASSIDY and IGGY AZALEA – History in the Making

So last week I was browsing the latest music videos on YouTube and was pleasantly surprised by some breakout stars right now – DJ Cassidy’s “Calling All Hearts” featuring Robin Thicke and Jessie J and Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” featuring Charlie XCX.

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DJ Cassidy at Madison Square Garden

Now as you know, I have very discerning taste when it comes to music that I love but it seems like these new artists have captured my heart. DJ Cassidy hails from New York and has been a treasured commodity at most celebrity parties like from Diddy, Jay-Z and even Oprah. His upcoming album Paradise Royale ties in the dance music energy of the late 70s and early 80 s pop and R&B music with the current stylings of R. Kelly, Robin Thicke, Jessie J. and more.

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Iggy Azalea in "Fancy" Music Video

Iggy Azalea is from Australia with ties to South Florida and has  bitingly powerful rapping skills that rivals Lil Kim or Foxy Brown. Her latest music video “Fancy” dropped a few days ago with over 3 million views already. According to her official website, she is gearing up for an American tour and releasing her new album The New Classic this Spring.

Laurean D. Robinson, MA