In an interview with Cyclones Mag, Iggy revealed that she wanted to put her story in her music for her fans, and that story makes for a great album with tracks like "Walk the Line" and "Work" which show a side of the rapper that was once hidden. Autobiographical lines like "no money / no family / sixteen in the middle of Miami" really showcase her ambitious past.
The New Classic perfectly combines Azalea's personal story with party friendly tunes. The tracks feature electronic, dance, hip-hop and trap beats, all brilliantly mixed together by London based producers The Invisible Men. Iggy Azalea is certainly making a name for herself with this full-length album, as she proves to be tough competition in the hip-hop world.
The album is available for purchase on iTunes, but you can stream it above for free via Spotify.
The Deluxe Edition features 3 additional tracks including a standout, "Bounce." The explicit language on some songs is censored, and it's also available on Spotify.
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