Australian rap sensation Iggy Azalea has graced us with new music! Ever since releasing her debut mixtape, “Ignorant Art,” in September 2011, Azalea has released two full projects, and has collaborated with superstars like T.I., Steve Aoki, and Rihanna.
Iggy, who has made a name for herself as one of the best up-and-coming rappers in the game, is known for her couture fashion sense and ability to spit some of the most risque rhymes in the business, (seriously, she has a song called “Pu$$y,” and it’s awesome,) takes her music in a completely different direction for “Work,” talking about her time before she made it. In the past, Azalea has been relatively candid about her humble beginnings, having come to the United States alone at age 16 to make it in the music industry, rapping:
“People got a lot to say, but don’t know a thing ’bout where I was made/or how many floors I had to scrub just to make past where I am from/ no money, no family/16, in the middle of Miami,”
The song continues on as both an autobiography mixed with insane EDM-inspired drops, managing to seamlessly combine genres while still staying true to Iggy’s no-nonsense style. Check it out below and be sure to pick up Iggy’s new album, “The New Classic,” out later this year!