AceShowbiz - Rejoice, Iggy Azalea fans! Months after announcing her upcoming second EP "Surviving the Summer", the Australian rapper has finally revealed the official cover art of the upcoming project. She took to her social media accounts to share the sensual artwork.
The cover features the female emcee standing in front of a black background under a rose-colored light. Leaving little to the imagination, she wears only a mesh bodysuit with a matching head piece. An unidentified pair of hands can be seen covering her breasts while Iggy covers herself with a single white rose, the only thing in the cover which is not red or black.
Prior to releasing the album, Iggy is set to premiere a new single off the effort, "Kream", on July 6. The "Fancy" hitmaker previously shared a snippet of the track, which is produced by Mike WiLL Made It, to her Instagram followers.
This is sure good news for fans, as the album has undergone a number of changes. Iggy previously took to Twitter to explain the reason of the delay of the release, saying, "My record label, Island records, is changing presidents this month. We have to allow time for everyone in the company to re-organize, it's a big change! I'm really happy to welcome the new Island Records president, can't wait to release this EP with him leading the team!"
"Surviving the Summer" will be the follow-up to her 2014 album "The New Classic" after "Digital Distortion" was scrapped. The latter was supposed to be release on June 30 last year, but the raptress noted that the CEO of her former label, Steve Bartel, opted not to release another single off the album. "Steve Bartels says he doesn't want to release another single for my album unfortunately. So that's that," she said last year.