AceShowbiz - %cIggy Azalea% has finally opened up about the release date of her long-awaited album "Digital Distortion". Although there is still no exact date, at least we know now that it will be released in June this year. In an interview with Kyle & Jackie O, she said, "It's going to be out the first week of June. So it's going to be pretty soon, we're already in the first week of April now."
Iggy has released two songs, which were both released in March, to mark her comeback. She first released single "Can't Lose" ft. %cLil Uzi Vert% on March 2, and the second single "Mo Bounce" on March 23. The music video for "Mo Bounce" was then released a day after the track's release. In the video, Iggy twerks all over Hong Kong streets with dancers of all ages.
She admitted that she had to take twerk classes before she filmed the video. "I had a lot of practice actually, I was really nervous about the video because I think you've gotta go all in and do that, you don't wanna look stiff. It's harder that it looks," she said.
She added, "I took lessons for two weeks before the video with somebody helping me. I do live in LA, it's weird they have twerk-out classes where people come and they twerk and work out... I got the best twerk-out girl and she came and she helped show me some moves. It was pretty weird but it was cool."
"Digital Distortion" is the follow-up to Iggy's 2014 debut album "The New Classic". The Australian rapper initially planned to release "Digital Distortion" in 2016, but later she delayed it because it no longer reflected her mindset amid split with ex-fiance, %cNick Young%.
Iggy also recently revealed that her collaboration with %cZedd% would be included on the soundtrack of "Baywatch" movie starring Dwayne "%cThe Rock%" Johnson and %cZac Efron%. The news is quite surprising as the song was recorded nearly a year ago. "Baywatch" will hit U.S. theaters on May 19.