Iggy Azalea Reveals The Release Date Of ‘Digital Distortion’
The wait for Iggy Azalea’s long-delayed sophomore LP, Digital Distortion, is almost over. The rapper announced the (inexact) release date during a radio interview with Australia’s Kyle & Jackie O. “It’s going to be out the first week of June,” she confided. “So it’s going to be pretty soon, we’re already in the first week of April now.” The 26-year-old also revealed that she’s going to promote “Mo Bounce” with a series of TV performances (The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live are her top choices).
Importantly, the “Fancy” chart-topper also opened up about her twerking skills. “I had a lot of practice actually, I was really nervous about the video because I think you’ve gotta go all in and do that, you don’t wanna look stiff,” Iggy said. “It’s harder than it looks. I took lessons for two weeks before the video with somebody helping me. I do live in LA, it’s weird they have twerk-out classes where people come and they twerk and work out… I got the best twerk-out girl and she came and she helped show me some moves. It was pretty weird but it was cool.”
Listen to the full interview here and watch Iggy’s twerking skills below.