All fingers point to June 2nd.
Iggy Azalea's comeback continues with a brand-new update in the rapper’s quest to release, Digital Distortion.
Azalea took to Australia’s Kyle & Jackie O radio show on Friday (April 7) to talk about the sophomore set, revealing the LP will officially drop the first week in June. "It's going to be out the first week of June, so it's going to be pretty soon," she told the hosts. "We're already in the first week of April now."
While it doesn't look like the set's new single, "Mo Bounce," is off to the smoothest of starts, that doesn't mean the accompanying visual to the track won't help build some slow and steady momentum. Elsewhere during the interview, I-G-G-Y spoke about the abundance of twerking that she offered the cameras in the clip.
"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," she explained. "It's harder than it looks. I took lessons for two weeks before the video with somebody helping me. I do live in L.A., 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."
Expect a major promotional rollout for the LP with a number of TV performances of "Mo Bounce." Among the rapper's top choices for platforms include "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live," naturally.
Scroll down below to listen to the interview in full.