Tuesday, 25 November 2014
CD! Iggy Azalea - Reclassified
Iggy Azalea’s new album ‘Reclassified’ includes 7 tracks from her debut album ‘The New Classic’ alongside 5 brand new tracks. The international rap siren has made her mark across the globe following the release of her debut album, ‘The New Classic’ earlier this year, since exploding onto the airwaves with her contagious hit singles including ‘Fancy ft. Charli XCX’ and “Black Widow feat. Rita Ora” Shaking up her debut album, “The New Classic”, Iggy releases “Reclassified” an impressive deluxe version of her debut including five new stellar tracks featuring three impressive vocal collaborations with US superstar, Jennifer Hudson, the global pop-sensation, Ellie Goulding and new Danish buzz artist of the moment, MØ - all of which have been produced by The Invisible Men. ‘Beg For It ft. MØ’ is the first single from the ‘Reclassified’ album on 24th November. The single is brimming with Iggy’s signature double-time flow, rauchhaus bassline and an infectious vocal hook from up and coming songstress MØ. Iggy Azalea leads the pack this year’s American Music Awards with six nominations, including nods for “artist of the year”, “new artist of the year” and “single of the year”, ahead of artists such as Beyoncé, Katy Perry and Pharrell. Iggy’s last single “Black Widow feat. Rita Ora” dominated the airwaves for weeks following the pair’s flawless performances at the MTV VMA’s and hit the US TV show, Ellen Degeneres. The track has sold in excess of 2 million copies worldwide, going top 5 in both the US and the UK (for 2 consecutive weeks) and is currently sitting at number 1 on Pop Radio in the US. With over half a billion YouTube views and half a million albums sold worldwide, Iggy inexorable march to global domination continues. Iggy’s ultimate summer smash hit single “Fancy feat. Charli XCX” has sold over 7 million copies worldwide, and has become the most streamed track ever on US Spotify. Iggy now boasts the longest ever run at Billboard #1 by a female rapper (eclipsing Lil’ Kim’s 5 week run in 2001 with “Lady Marmalade”).