Friday, 22 January 2016

Iggy Azalea's Record Label Doesn't Think Her New Music Is Good Enough

Fans may "fancy" Iggy Azalea's latest track, but her record label certainly doesn't.

The vocal rapper took to Twitter to air a few mild complaints about her record label's response to her new music. After the success of her first studio album The New Classic and the reissued Reclassified, the Grammy-nominated rapper gifted her fan's a new year surprise.

She released the first song "Azillion" off her upcoming new album Digital Distortion directly to Soundcloud for all to hear for free. 

While her throngs of musical admirers—over 800,000 of them—"liked" the new beat, her record label was far less enthralled. 

"Bad news update:my record label Virgin/EMI seems to feel the response to my viral record 'zillon' wasnt good enough & im not allowed a video," she tweeted Wednesday. 

The bold performer continued to give social media a generous piece of her mind—served up with a side of shade. 

"I felt like it was dope so, whatever. ted cockle doesnt wanna see me shine. what can i say," she wrote on her Twitter account. "Anyhow i could say ALOT - but ill keep it mildly professional. Just wanted to let some of you guys asking know whats happening."

Not to fret—when one door closes for this songstress, she opens her car window. 

"If all else fails ill just drive around LA and play my new album really loudly every monday from 4-6pm hahaha," the comments concluded. 

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