Hip-Hop has not been an easy road for Amethyst Amelia Kelly, better known as Iggy Azalea. What started off as a dream signing to T.I.’s Grand Hustle label and a spot as the first female on “XXL” magazine’s Freshman cover in 2012 wound up as a war of words with fellow rookie Azalea Banks, her boss in and out of jail, and multiple setbacks.
Although she managed to release a well-received EP and two mixtapes, “Ignorant Art” and “TrapGold” which were produced entirely Diplo, a real debut was looking less and less likely as the days went on and attentions began to shift. But now on the verge of her full length release on Def Jam,”The New Classic,” the Australian native sat down with TheUrbanDaily.com to talk old beefs, new female artists and whether or not public perception runs her reality.
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