Iggy Azalea’s ‘Surviving The Summer’ Will Be A Visual EP
Iggy Azalea is getting ready to roll out her highly anticipated Surviving The Summer, and today (April 27) she provided a teaser about what to expect when it touches down. In the early hours of the morning the 27-year-old took to Twitter to imply the release would be a visual EP in the style of Lemonade. “STS is an EP with visuals to each song. Surprise,” she announced in the since-deleted tweet. The hitmaker is not sure on an official release date just yet, but she offered fans a promise. “Give me a second longer – it’s worth the wait.”
The potential of a visual project is obviously big news to fans of the “Mo Bounce” femcee. Considering her track record with visual projects such as the Clueless-inspired “Fancy,” it will be interesting to see what a project like this brings to the table. “So far we have heard Surviving The Summer’s trop-pop lead single “Savior.” The Quavo-assisted track received a video treatment from Colin Tilley that dripped in religious metaphors. Although it missed the charts across the globe, it seems like she has some seriously exciting projects in the works.
The decision to roll out an EP instead of an LP is also an interesting move. Doing so will enable the Aussie to hone in on the biggest hits she has recorded in the years since releasing Reclassified in 2014. Check out the evidence below!