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"Ain't no going back now," sings Australian triple threat Iggy Azalea on the majestic opening track of the emphatically titled The New Classic. It's a good thing the rapper/singer/model has such resolve; her debut album faced long delays as she navigated the major-label maze. Having finally arrived, it posits Azalea as pop-hop's latest superstar: a nimble, catty rapper who sounds perfectly at home amid a panoply of club-destined bangers. Helmed by a who's-who of in-demand producers (The Invisible Men, The Messengers, Stargate), The New Classic is impossibly sleek, its beats revved up and zooming like a Ferrari down Rodeo Drive. "100," a slinking guitar groove produced by and featuring the Atlanta trap trio Watch the Duck, includes Azalea running down her shopping list: "No Michael Kors, just Tom Ford." She invites haters to "walk a mile in these Louboutins" on "Work," a trap anthem that describes Azalea's hardscrabble background: "Sixteen in the middle of Miami, no money, no family." Clearly she's come a long way.

Customer Reviews

Not what I thought

Maybe because she just got signed and still in the early stages of her career but I honestly think she's more hype then talent. I'm not impressed.

Sorry...but no

To me, this whole thing was way overhyped. People acted like it was the best thing to come out in years. But to me this album was awful. Sorry to hurt fans....but just my opinion that this album is not worth crap.

Fake Rap 101

She's from Australia, but raps with a black Atlanta accent. This album is pure garbage. Nas was right, Hip-Hop is dead.

Biography

Born: June 7, 1990 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

In one of the more unlikely crossover success stories, blonde Australian beauty Iggy Azalea (born Amethyst Amelia Kelly) segued from a high-profile modeling career to become a Southern hip-hop star. Influenced in her childhood by Missy Elliott, TLC, and Tupac Shakur, she moved to the States in 2006 at age 16, stating that she was drawn to the birthplace of rap. Moving from Miami to Houston to Atlanta, she absorbed the Southern-style drawl of her surroundings and released a trap-inspired mixtape titled...
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