After bidding farewell to ‘Interscope’ and heading over to ‘Def Jam’, it’s safe to say that Iggy Azalea‘s career has gone from strength to strength, now handled by a team who’ve succeeded in taking her from the bottom of the Pop pile to the height of the ‘Hot 100.’
Now, as they figure out a way to turn her ‘Fancy’ buzz into commendable sales, the label have placed her on ‘My Main’, the forthcoming single from Motown‘s Mila J.
Though yet to announce its official release date, ‘Main’ will drop in support of Mila‘s forthcoming ‘M.I.LA’ EP, set for release in September. Interesting, as September will also mark the release of Azalea‘s ‘The New Classic‘ re-release, both projects being launched by the ‘Universal Music Group.’
With two months until the ‘Classic’s relaunch, we really hope Iggy is spending this time penning smash hits that don’t feel so…manufactured.
For, whichever way one looks at it, ‘Classic’ was filled to the brim with cuts that led by its hooks and production alone. Problematic, when one realises that the rapper’s verse stand as the least interesting part of her own music.
With this mind, here’s hoping Camp Iggy encourage the MC to pen her own cuts from scratch as opposed to collecting numbers from different publishing houses and having her pen verses based on concepts handed to other by other writers.
After all, how likely is it that Charli XCX wrote ‘Fancy’ with Iggy in mind, when…