Following the success of her chart-topping single, Iggy Azalea is feeling quite fancy.
According to Vibe magazine, the Aussie rapper is planning to re-release her debut album The New Classic.
Iggy told Capital XTRA she plans to drop the album with five to six new tracks.
The New Classic re-up is slated for a mid-September release. Iggy also has a London gig on the 17th of that month.
Iggy's debut spawned the buzz singles "Work," and "Bounce" and the lead single "Change Your Life."
As previously reported, "Fancy" has claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard Hot 100 for four straight weeks.
Billboard says Iggy gained seven percent in the radio formats, getting a total of 145 million audience impression over the last seven days.
Iggy has also seen success as the guest artist on Ariana Grande's "Problem."
She is dominating the charts right now as she sits at the No. 2 spot in the country with her Grande collaboration making her the first act since The Beatles to have her first two chart entries rank first and second on the Hot 100.
Since their "Fancy" collaboration was such a hit, Iggy also hinted at some new material with her song's co-star Charlie XCX.
No word on who else will appear on the album but Iggy did reveal that she wants Missy Elliott to appear.
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