Over a year after it was announced, ‘Digital Distortion’ – the long awaited sophomore album from rapstress Iggy Azalea – finally has an official release date.
Set for a summer 2017 arrival, the LP – the follow-up to 2014’s ‘The New Classic’ – was originally due to hit shelves in 2016. However, after a number of personal issues plagued the performer (see: canceled engagement to basketballer Nick Young, backlash from the rap community, tax troubles, etc.) and the nonperformance of its lead single, ‘Team,’ Azalea says she shelved the album’s original content in exchange for a refreshed track list.
As her latest release, ‘Mo Bounce,’ comes as the first taste of the project’s revision, fans keen to learn when they’ll hear what else the set is offering were pleased when the Australian hitmaker took to Sydney’s KIIS 106.5 radio yesterday to reveal its scheduled release.
Find out the details inside if you missed it:
“It’s [the album] going to be out the first week of June,” she stated. “So it’s going to be pretty soon, we’re already in the first week of April now.” – Iggy Azalea
Hear the interview in full here:
On learning to twerk for ‘Mo Bounce’ video: (:55)
Confirms promotional TV appearances for ‘Mo Bounce’: (3:25)
Release date of album: (4:20)