Serve After Serve: Iggy Azalea’s Best Single Covers
Iggy Azalea has been a visual queen from the very beginning. (Seriously, even her completely DIY “Pussy” video is a serve). Her single covers have been equally impressive. From the cartoon-like imagery of The New Classic era to the pseudo-drag of “Beg For It” and the eye-popping artwork of bangers like “Mo Bounce” and “Kream,” the Aussie rapper always brings it. She even rocked a red veil while perched on the hood of a hearse for “Sally Walker.” Who else is doing it like her?
The new-mom is now gearing up for the next phase of her career with “DLNW,” a collaboration with Tinashe. The song drops on August 21 and sounds like a bop from the snippet. As expected, the cover is fierce and fabulous with both ladies rocking flowing gowns and elaborate hair pieces. To celebrate Iggy’s imminent return, I have rounded up the indie rap queen’s 20 best single covers — going all the way back to 2012’s “Beat Down.” Click through the gallery up top and revisit that underrated bop below.