If there’s anything we’re hoping Iggy Azalea learned from the constant pushbacks of her sophomore album, ‘Digital Distortion,’ it’s to steer clear of promises.
For, after announcing a number of release dates for the project last year before ultimately announcing its shelving and eventual remodeling to ‘Surviving the Summer,’ the Grammy-nominated rapstress has kept most definite info surrounding its unveiling to a minimum while pacifying with the promissory, “it’s coming.”
As fans continue to quiz for details about ‘Summer’s status (i.e. release date, contributing producers, etc.), Azalea let them in on a little secret: the project is not an LP, but an EP. Moreover, the Quavo-assisted ‘Savior’ won’t be the only song on the set receiving the video treatment:
The tweet above has since been deleted, but if true we can only wonder if any of the songs from ‘Digital Distortion’ will make the cut. Despite their nonperformance on the Billboard Hot 100, the cuts were undeniable bops.
Here’s hoping whatever the saucy Aussie is cooking up is not only worth the wait, but will deliver the fire needed to reignite interest in her brand. We know she has what it takes!