Iggy Azalea, an Australian rapper who left the music business last year, has declared that she will resume her career in the field.
On Tuesday, the 32-year-old creator of the famous song “Fancy” announced to his fans: “I’m coming back.” Weep over it.
Iggy said in a lengthy post that she had stopped making music due to the “bad vibe,” but that she will now return stronger and better than before.
Iggy wrote, “I was ready to walk away from music a year ago because I was tired of the negative energy it attracted.”
But I’ve discovered that even when I’m minding my own thing, y’all are going to be critical AND nosy.
‘So if I can’t have peace, neither can you. I’m coming back. Cry about it.’
‘I’m not going to talk about dates, direction, or anything, just know it’s happening and there will be a budget,’ she continued in a subsequent tweet.
One fan tweeted: “I’m so delighted can’t wait!” Fans liked the news. This will undoubtedly be the best return.
Another person chimed in, “She’s about to give us bops, good music videos, and the haters hell.”
Pitbull is now touring the country with Iggy.
Iggy stated in July of last year that she was taking a break from music to concentrate on “other creative pursuits.”
End of an Era, the rapper’s third studio album, will be her last for at least “a few years,” she said at the time. The rapper is most known for her 2014 single Fancy.
End of an Era is particularly meaningful to Azalea since, once her album is out next month, she plans to take a few years off to concentrate on other creative endeavors and endeavors that excite and motivate her outside of music.
I can’t wait for you guys to see more of myself in the future. It is best for me to redirect my efforts and attention to the things I find most exciting, and I sincerely hope you will continue to support any creative endeavors I may be engaged in. Added she.
I just want my followers to share in my love for this music. I’m hoping to run across a lot of you on tour.
Azalea is a native of Mullumbimby, New South Wales, and immigrated to the US at the age of 16 to pursue a career in music.
She has an Australian heritage, yet her music has a Southern drawl.
Rapper T.I., who released her mixtape Ignorant Art in 2011 and later found mainstream success with her track Fancy, served as her mentor at first.