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    (USA, North America) Iggy Azalea goes to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. Interview Working on her upcoming album Iggy: “Working on my upcoming project is such a liberation. All the inspiration, all the music and all the lyrics I wanted to write, but that I pushed away for all these months is coming out now at once and honestly, it’s the best feeling ever. I’m working with so many great people. Everybody I work with is so talented and we all share the same vision: creating something good. I wish I could already show you what we have been working on, but it’s just not ready yet. Something will be announced soon though, we’re working on something very cool to announce the album with.” Releasing her debut single “Cazador” Iggy: “It felt so good releasing my debut single. We had so much fun recording this one. The vibe was so good. When I first listened to it when it was properly mastered, I was like: “Okay, this is going to be the lead single of my album”. Maluma didn’t write his verse then yet. The collaboration came into life when he came to my house to listen to the then extended play for the first time. He loved “Cazador” as well and wrote a verse for it. It was so amazing to work with him. We have been friends for ages, we both started at Republic Records you know. As I like to say, out of the eye, but never out of the heart. I have never had any bad situations with Republic when she parted ways, and they have blessed me with an amazing Encore video, so this is really something that has a lot of value to me. I can’t wait till you all get to see the music video coming this Friday.”
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    (Worldwide promo) Iggy Azalea for "Seventeen" magazine This woman has had some wild rides in her life. Not only in her career, where she moved from Republic Records, to Aphrodite Records and ended up independent now, but also when she was only sixteen years old and moved to Miami to follow her dreams of a career in the rap industry. “I dropped out of highschool when I was only fourteen years old” an emotional Iggy, who’s real name is Amethyst Kelly, tells us in her Atlanta based home. “My mother was cleaner for hotel rooms and summer houses and I started doing that too. I saved a lot of money and when I was sixteen years old, I went to Miami with a friend. She went back, I didn’t.” Iggy’s parents had no idea that this was going to happen. She informed them with only a phonecall that she was going to follow her dreams in the United States, far away from her safe haven in Sydney, Australia, where the blonde rapper was originally born. “They were heartbroken. And when I look back, I know that I should have done things differently. But now everything is worked out and we’re fine.” The first months in the United States were rough for the Aussia born rapper. She had no family, no friends and no money. It was a hard time. But then she got signed to Republic Records and released a single called “Fresh Kream”, which did very well in the streaming charts. “But sometimes things don’t work out and I switched to Aphrodite Records. Zara Larsson was coming up in that time and I thought it was a great label to work with in the first place. I guess I was wrong.” Aphrodite Records threated her poorly. They made her many promises that never got fulfilled, to the part where she wrote a verse for Zara Larssons cancelled single “Out Of Control” and nothing ever happened. They also made her do things she didn’t wanted, they had control over everything, to a part where it started to suffocate the blonde rapper. “I don’t regret that time though. I have learned a lot from that time. I’m way more determined to get what I want. If it doesn’t benefit me in a good way, I just won’t do it.” Going independent was the best decision she ever made. She started working with her friend global superstar Maluma and released her debut single “Cazador”. “I am in a happy mental place right now. It feels so good to be in control over my own destiny. I’m finally doing what I want and what I have been wanting to do since I got off that plane when I was only sixteen years old.” The Australian rapper has her debut album up for release later this year and the anticipation is high. The album is said to be very versatile, she plays around with a lot of music styles and even did some freestyles for on the album. “The album is personal, but not in a way that there are only emotional ballads on the song. I mean, there are songs like “Cazador”, which are just about playing around and feeling strong and empowered, but there are also anthems for people that are a bit different than the standard, I have a self empowering anthem and just so many things I want to share with the world.” Iggy’s album is up for release later this year. Catch Iggy Azalea on the “Cazador” music video later this week, featuring Maluma.
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    (USA, North America) Iggy Azalea goes to The Talk Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. Interview Working with Maluma Iggy: “Working with Maluma was so much fun. In the past, I was an artist for Republic Records before being signed to Aphrodite Records and we have always had a good connection. Maluma and I have been friends for such a long time, so I really wanted to show him what I had been working on. He’s a busy man – so I was so happy he found some time to sit down with me and give me some advice. When he heard the song, he was so eager to write a verse for it, I couldn’t say “no”. Not that I wanted to say “no” in the first place, because it was only a matter of time before we would work together. I can’t wait for the music video to be dropped, we’ve worked hard for it and he had so many ideas.” Her upcoming project Iggy: “I am so excited to drop my upcoming project. We’re almost for one hundred percent sure that it’s going to be an album. I have so many songs up, we don’t want anything let go to waste, so there will be an album. I also have a name for it already. The name was something I came up with in the first place. It was also going to be this name, even when I worked for Aphrodite Records. I won’t tell you what the name will be yet, but I will reveal it soon. Probably sooner than you think.” Freestyling Iggy: “O my God, I love freestyling so much! I some times get a bit nervous when I’m going to do it, because I’m always recording with other people around and I don’t want them to see me fail. I did a freestyle for my album, I called that “sixteen in Miami”, which is a very personal song. I moved from Australia when I was only sixteen years old, so I wanted that to be on the album. Yesterday, I finished a freestyle that’s called “Pretty Bitch Freestyle”. I was a little bit drunk, we were celebrating “Cazador” yesterday, so I recorded a freestyle. It won’t be on the album though, I might drop it soon just as a little gift to my fans and to keep them a little bit fed until I drop the album. Who knows, who knows, haha.”
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0XjLUF844k
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    (United States of America, North America) Iggy Azalea performs “Cazador” at Dancing With The Stars Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. The lights dim down and the spotlight is on Iggy Azalea. She is standing in the middle of the dance floor and stares into the camera, while being in a seductive pose. The camera is in portrait perspective. The music starts playing and Iggy starts walking. The camera moves back while Iggy is walking and slowly zooms out, so you can see Iggy’s body. She keeps walking through the first verse. When the first bridge is there, she slowly bends through her knees and lays down on the floor. She lies on her side, moves her leg up and keeps rapping the song. When it’s time for the first chorus, she turns on her back and the camera is now from bird perspective. She raps the first chorus while looking straight into the camera and making seductive movements. Her hands go over her body and she brings her upper body a bit up. She smiles tempting and she slowly comes up again. The camera zooms out again and you can see that Iggy is joined by three female dancers and one male dancer. They’re all very feminine and are wearing an outfit, matching with Iggy’s outfit and, ofcourse, high heels. The five start doing the official choreography that belongs to the song and has been performed a couple of times. In the mean time, Iggy continues to rap the whole song without missing a beat. Her and her dancers also separate sometimes to dance on the edges of the dancefloor and to grab a chair, but then join each other again. They place the chair on the dance floor and start a sexy choreography on the chair. When it’s time for Maluma’s verse, they are joined by 5 male dancers. They don’t wear clothes on the upper part of their body. They dance with eachother and it’s also very tempting to watch. After Maluma’s verse, but before the bridge, the male dancers leave the stage again and Iggy goes for the bridge. She continues the bridge on the table where the judges are, she jumps on the table and does her sexy choreography there. When it’s time for the last verse, she jumps off and ends the song, taking a fierce pose. The hosts of the show come to her, thank her and tell everybody where to stream or buy the song. Iggy bows with her dancers and leaves the stage with them.
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    (Mexico, North America) Iggy Azalea goes to Sale El Sol Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. Interview Inspirations Iggy: “I take my inspirations from a lot of things. Ofcourse I always make sure that I can write about things that happened in my life. Love is, ofcourse, a big inspiration to me. But I think love can be an inspiration to anyone. I mean – love is all around us. Everybody has someone that they love. It’s up for debate if someone else is loving you back, but you can love someone. Love is a beautiful inspiration. As we are talking about inspirations in a person, I’m really inspired by artists like Lil’ Kim, Tina Turner, Cher. They are great powerful women who had something to say and they cleared the road for us in so many different ways. But I’m also inspired by the younger generation, for example my good friend Maluma, who I worked with on my debut single Cazador, really inspires me. He works so hard and when you see people work hard and doing what they love, it really inspires me to work as hard as they do.” Her debut single “Cazador” Iggy: “I am so happy with my debut single. We worked so hard on this track. I knew that the decision to use this one as my debut and lead single would be a wise one. I love this track so much, I’m receiving a lot of love for the song as well and that’s really satisfying. I also loved working with Maluma, because he really finished off the song. His verse is just the cherry on the pie. I chose to go with Latin American influences, because I really like Latin American music. It’s so different from the music that we put out these days and as a tribute to this music style, I played around with it on my upcoming project.” Plans for the future Iggy: “What I would really like to do in the future, is ofcourse release my project. We’re still working very hard on it, in fact, I just came out of the recording studio and we’re still discussing if we are going to be release it as an ep or as an album. We have so many songs ready and I don’t want them to go to waste. Yet everything is under a loop though, because I want to go for good quality and not quantity, so only the best songs make a cut for the album. I always would love to go on tour – but that’s something that I will do later on, because first I need to build a legacy before I can perform that. How are you going on tour with only one song out, you know what I mean? Anyway, I’m excited to find out what the future holds for me.” After the interview, the hosts thank Iggy Azalea for coming out and tell everyone where to buy/stream her debut single “Cazador”, featuring global superstar Maluma.
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    Game

    1. peace - Gabe. 2. seven - Snow 3. peace - CharnyBoy 4. seven - Ghostface 5. peace - Royalty 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. the ones voting for "seven" are homophobic
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    Game

    1. hoax - Snow 2. the 1 - Max 3. hoax - Maria 4. hoax - Gabe. 5. the 1 - fletch 6. the 1 - Urbi 7.hoax - GlenCoco 8. the 1 - Merryem 9. hoax - STJ 10. the 1 - Ghostface 11. hoax- Mandy Candy 12. hoax - CharnyBoy 13. the 1 - Chris 14. hoax - Daenerys 15. hoax - Royalty 16.
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    (Wordwild promo) Iggy Azalea breaks down “Cazador” lyrics for Genius Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. If looks could kill, you need to call my estilista I want you with me, but I’m perfectly on my own as well Independent, but reaching for the top feels so lonely Tell me papi, are you standing beside me, like a hombre real A woman like me isn’t easy to win, are you insecure? Trabajo duro, you’re not crazy Iggy: “The first line was so much fun to write. Originally, the saying goes like “if looks could kill, I would be dead already” but I played with that saying. If looks could kill, you should call my stylist, because she makes amazing outfits and does her job really well. The rest of the lyrics are about a girl that wants to be with a guy, but is doing well on her own as well. So just like me, I just went independent with my brand and I don’t need a guy that wants to work with me, but I do need a guy just to be with. Just as Cher once said, men are amazing and it’s fun to be with men, but we don’t need them to be around with. I loved playing with the Spanish verbs here as well, that’s a returning aspect on the song as well.” Don’t act hard to get, they’re expecting that Are you going to allow that, or are you going to surprise me? The moment is now, it won’t happen again If you’re a real hunter, you can catch me Iggy: “The guy I was talkinga bout in the first verse really needs to hurry now. I really like it when a guy goes one hundred percent for you. That he literally hunts you and does everything to be around you. I want men to feel confident and a little bit cocky, because that’s what I really like in men. As soon as I like a guy, but he doesn’t do this, it’s over for me. But if he plays his card right, he will hunt me down and catch me like a cazador. Like a cazador, trigger me like a matador Make it hot papi, mascalor Because I’m a wild beast, you need to hunt me down Like a cazador, trigger me like a matador Make it hot papi, mascalor Because I’m a wild beast, you need to hunt me down Iggy: “The chorus was the first thing I wrote for the song. The whole song was build around the chorus. I really wanted to do something with Spanish verbs. I really like the sentence “trigger me like a matador”. A matador is someone that fights with bulls in Spain. He triggers them with a red piece of fabric. That’s why we used red fabric for the debut performance.” Don’t think too much, just do that shit Making clear that I like you, what clue are you missing? I want to be myself without interference If you allow me, I can show you what “growth” means But I won’t take the first step, why are you standing there? Look into my ojos, you have to open up A real cazador goes for what he wants Iggy: “When I’m with someone, I want to be with that one for the full one hundred percent. A relationship is all about growing with eachother – if a relationship doesn’t grow, it goes literally nowhere. As I just said, I like it when a guy says that he wants you and goes all the way just to be with you. Is there anything more attractive then that?” Don't be shy, if you don't like it I won't bite But I see you ain't like that, your eyes tell me otherwise Yo no soy un santo, pero se ve que tú igual Apaga la luz que hoy va a haber un entierro Todo esto para ti es un juego... It's the way you bite your lips, that makes me lose my mind You're such a tease, with your fingers on my lips Your kisses burnin' my skin, 100 degrees, ay mami And those hips got me hypnotized, I won't lie Ay Iggy, me tienes mal [Haha!] Iggy: “Oh, Maluma’s verse is just so attractive. When he first played it for me, I literally screamed and I was like, this has to be on the song. We have been friends for ages, so I was so excited to be working with him. He totally got the vibe of the song right and that what I was looking for. His verse is just the cherry on top, it really finishes off the song.” Hunt on me like a cazador, atención I feel the tension between us, papi, damelo Go for it, hunt on me like a cazador Like a cazador, trigger me like a matador Make it hot papi, mascalor Because I’m a wild beast, you need to hunt me down Like a cazador, trigger me like a matador Make it hot papi, mascalor Because I’m a wild beast, you need to hunt me down
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    MAN I AINT GOT NO TYPE LIKE JXMMI AND SWAE LEE BUT IF HE CANT FUCK 3 TIMES A NIGHT, PEACE demi1 

  11. LITERALLY THE QUEEN OF THE VMAS
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    Discussion

    This thread was really something
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    Even though she can be a digusting piece of shit, this is not what she deserves and I really hope she feels better soon!
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    (United States of America, North America) Iggy Azalea goes to Good Morning America Amethyst Kelly, better known as Australian rapper “Iggy Azalea”, thought she had it all when she moved from Sydney, Australia when she was only age 16. Little did she know that the road ahead of her would be rockier then ever. After being signed to Aphrodite Records, home to Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson (known from the “All Night” catastrophe), there were many differences between the label and her. In July 2020, they decided to part ways and Iggy Azalea is finally able to show the world who she really is and what she stands for. Interview About her upcoming project: Iggy: “The excitement for my upcoming project is high. I have never felt so much artistic freedom as in the past few weeks. I can see the project coming to life right now. It’s almost like you’re in the process of giving birth and you see your child coming out, haha. Everything is coming together now and it makes me insanely proud. Proud of myself, but also proud of all the people that have worked with me on this project. Today, I decided that I might change the EP to an album. I have done a freestyle today, which was really scary, but turned out to be a lot of fun. The freestyle is called “Sixteen in Miami” and will definitely be on the project. I’m experimenting with so many music styles, which is a lot of fun for me. The project is very versatile and I can’t wait for you to listen to it. It will be out this year, that is a guaranteed promise.” The music video of “Cazador”: Iggy: “Right now, we are planning to release the music video for this Friday. My team and Maluma’s team are talking right now about how to mix the video. It was very fun to be working with Maluma. He is such a great dancer. The choreography you saw at my debut performance will be used for the music video as well and he learned the choreography so much faster than I did. I had to do it over and over again and I was so frustrated that I was practicing every night in my hotel room. Now it’s all good, because the choreography is in my head and if you asked me right now to do it, I would totally be able to do it, haha.” Her debut single “Cazador” Iggy: “Honestly, the thought of how it would do on the chars hasn’t slipped my mind for a second. Ofcourse it’s always nice to get some recognition for the hard work that you did, but that’s not what most important to me. The most important thing for me is that people like the song, feel good while listening to it and maybe feel a little bit sexual, attractive, sensual. That’s how I felt during the recording process and I want that for the people who listen to it as well. We will have to wait till next Friday how well it did, but the most important thing is just that people enjoy the song. That’s why I am so happy that it is finally released right now. I was literally counting down the seconds till the official release date and time. We celebrated it and now it’s time to work hard, promote the song and make sure that everybody loves it. That’s the goal in life right now, we will see later what we will do next.” After the interview, Iggy Azala performs “Cazador” with her dancers. When she’s done, she leaves the stage. The host thanks god and tells everyone some information about the single, most importantly where to buy/stream it .
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