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Iggy Azalea's 'The New Classic' Re-Issue 'Reclassified' Gets Album Artwork, Release Date [PHOTO]

by Carolyn Menyes   Oct 9, 2014 12:48 PM EDT

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The re-release of Iggy Azalea's debut album The New Classic has been a long teased project, with new collaborations from Ellie Goulding, Charli XCX and more on the way. And, finally, the record has a new cover, title and a tentative release date.

This morning (Oct. 9), Azalea unveiled the album artwork and title for Reclassified on her Instagram, as a thank you to her fans for giving her music videos 100 million views.

The new album artwork plays a bit on Azalea's penchant for 1990s nostalgia, with her name and the album title in a font and a sort of baby blue and pink that just screams for Saved by the Bell. Azalea herself appears on the cover, leaning up against a pole and wearing a brightly colored, swirl patterned turtleneck unitard. Her hair is slicked back and her face rests in an ever-so-slight pout.

Check out the cover below, via Azalea's Instagram:

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 Since You guys gave me 100million views I'm gonna go ahead and drop this on you as a Thankyou. #ComingSoon

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Reclassified has yet to receive an official release date, but Azalea can say one thing: it's due out next month. In response to a fan on Twitter, the "Black Widow" rapper revealed that the album is in its mixing stages and will be released in November.

Further information regarding Reclassified, including an extended tracklist and specific release date are unknown. The album, which is set to have six new songs, is a re-issue of Azalea's debut album The New Classic, which originally dropped in April before her single "Fancy" his huge.

New music from the album has yet to be heard in full, though a snippet of her new track with Goulding can be heard in the trailer for the movie Kingsman: The Secret Service.

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