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Oh, you want more Iggy Azalea music? Ask and you shall receive (well, kinda).
The Aussie rapper took to Twitter earlier today to share some more snippets off of her upcoming album Digital Distortion, and it sounds like we're going to get some more club bangers from I-G-G-Y.
Azalea shared two videos of herself dancing in the studio (which apparently turns into a nightclub when you playback the music) with different tracks playing in the background. And seriously, be careful when watching these videos. Users mentioned that they needed an epilepsy warning from all of the lights.
In one of the clips, which she writes, "The studio was pretty fun last night," you hear Iggy rap, "I got that boom, boom," over a dance beat.
The other clip, captioned "no time for the...," features Iggy rapping what seems to be a diss track (we'd try to elaborate on the lyrics, but in all honesty, we could only understand every other word). It also has a featured artist on the hook, which users quickly assumed could be Charli XCX, but Azalea explained that it's not her.
"charli and i didnt work on my project this time around," she tweeted.
Iggy first teased the debut single off the album "Team" in late December, which she has since announced will officially drop on March 21. She hasn't revealed when the album will be released, but did previously share that although she raps, she's taking more of a pop angle on this project.
"ironically, i refer to myself as pop all the time. even on this new album. pop IS an influence. so are many other things. . .," Iggy tweeted.