The raptress announces that the re-release of her debut album will feature six new songs including her collaboration with British singer Ellie Goulding.
Iggy Azalea is re-issuing her debut album, "The New Classic". The Australian raptress announced the news and shared some details about the new project in Twitter posts she sent out on Thursday, September 4.
"Shooting the album re pack cover art this week. Can't wait for you guys to hear some new stuff. Six new tracks. <3," she told her followers. In a follow-up tweet, she revealed that one of the new tracks would be her collaboration with British beauty Ellie Goulding.
"Me and ellie goulding have a nice little numberrrr together on there too. FYI," she added. For now, there's no word on when the re-release will officially arrive.
The original version of "The New Classic" came out in April after a number of push-backs. It peaked at No. 3 on Billboard 200 and has so far spawned two Hot 100 singles, Charli XCX-assisted "Fancy" and Rita Ora-featured "Black Widow".
The former hit, which has topped the singles chart for multiple weeks, has just been named song of the summer in the U.S. by Spotify. With 16.5 million plays, it became the most-streamed track on the music service in the past three months.