With summer right around the corner, it’s only fitting fan anticipation of Iggy Azalea‘s long-awaited sophomore offering, conveniently titled ‘Surviving the Summer,’ would be at its highest.
The project, originally an LP titled ‘Digital Distraction,‘ was scrapped due to the nonperformance of its singles and a label change – a shift that prompted the birth of ‘Summer’ (reportedly a visual EP). Launched on the wings of the Quavo-assisted ‘Savior’ (which, to date, has not exacted lived up to its titling as it relates to widespread interest of its parent opus), the EP – announced late last year – has yet to see pertinent details around its release arise.
Nevertheless, Azalea took to Twitter recently to respond to ongoing pressure from fans to unveil said details. Announcing a hiatus from social media until she is able to provide specific info about ‘Summer,’ look inside to see her lengthy rant about the creative process around the 6-song EP, its completion, and more: