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Iggy Azalea's New Album Title, Collaborations and Performances Teased in Twitter Chat



Iggy Azalea's sophomore album isn't due to be released until next year, but that doesn't mean she isn't spilling the beans about some of the details for her The New Classic follow-up. On Tuesday night (Oct. 6), the "Fancy" rapper engaged in a little fan Twitter chat, and she revealed her new LP's title and admitted that the cover artwork has been shot and some major performances have been booked.

As she was prepping to play her new album for her higher-ups at Def Jam, Azalea conversed with her fans online and revealed some major information about the record. According to Azalea, the new album will be called Digital Distortion and the promo cycle for the album is set to begin in 2016 with at least one major performance, which has already been booked.

She's also due to tour off this new album, unlike her scrapped arena tour from The New Classic.

Azalea also told her fans that the album artwork is in the process of being made. While the photoshoot has already been completed for the new LP, it's a "complicated" image and she's working with another artist to fully put the cover together.

In addition to her pure album news, Azalea also dished on some collaboration work she's been doing. In addition to her Demi Lovato track "Kingdom Come," Azalea revealed that she wrote a verse for a Selena Gomez track "Girl Crush" that was scrapped from the "Good for You" singer's new album Revival.

But, when it comes to her own new album, Azalea also noted that she will have featured artists. However, she hasn't exactly worked out who they will be yet.

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