Iggy Azalea’s EP ‘Survive The Summer’ Gets Delayed; Stream New Songs “Kream,” Ft Tyga and “Tokyo Snow Trip”
Look, Iggy has had a really difficult time releasing a full body of work these last couple of years…
Iggy Azalea’s new EP, Survive The Summer, is delayed by a month.
Look, Iggy has had a really difficult time releasing a full body of work these last couple of years, so I’m not surprised she pumped the brakes on her forthcoming EP (it was meant to debut Friday, July 6). It has reportedly been delayed until August 3rd.
It’s fine, however, she blessed us with two new tracks to make up for it. They’re titled “Kream,” featuring Tyga, and “Tokyo Snow Trip.”
“Kream” samples Wu-Tang Clan’s legendary 1993 song “C.R.E.A.M.” In it, she references Sid Vicious and model Bella Hadid.
“Keep that energy, gon’ up that Hennessy (ass)/ I need my bag quickly/ Separate 6 degrees, bitches said they know me/ Sex pistols, Sid Vicious, what you want is horny/ Hit me on my cash app, check it in the morning/ Cash, in this bitch shinin’/ Dressed in designer, she could get heightening/ And it’s perfect timing, dream with the tanny/ Bella Hadid, homie could get it,” before dropping into the blunt bridge “Ass/ Cash, cash/ Ass, bags/ Bag/ Cash rules everything around me.”
On “Tokyo,” Iggy raps over an icy bass-drum beat and producer Bedrock’s chilly tricks. “Roads with the cracks, with the rats, and the roaches (roaches)/ Bust the duffle bag open (open)/ Hush money in the sofa (shhh)/ Bitch, you know what I’m talkin.”
The songs will be available to stream at midnight local time. Unless there’s a delay, of course.