Iggy Azalea Claims She Inked a New Deal Worth $2.7 Million: 'I'm So Grateful'

Iggy Azalea Claims She Inked a New Deal Worth $2.7 Million: 'I'm So Grateful'


In a collection of tweets, the rapper says she’ll personal her masters and stay “100% unbiased” as a part of the deal.

After strolling away from Island Records earlier this month, Iggy Azalea has shortly rebounded with a brand new profitable deal. On Thursday (Nov. 15), Azalea doubled down on her claims about securing a brand new deal on Twitter, revealing that she signed for $2.7 million. 

"Proud to say I actually simply signed my new deal/partnership!," she introduced on Twitter. "2.7mil, can signal others, personal my masters + 100% unbiased. I’m feeling like such a bossy grown ass bitch in the present day! Time to get again to ME. I’m so grateful & excited. Cheers! She additionally celebrated the truth that she will now personal her masters. "I OWN MY OWN MASTERSSSSS bitchhhhhhhhh flip the fuck up!"

Azalea's announcement comes shortly after Entertainment Tonight spoke to the "Fancy" star throughout Cardi B's Fashion Nova get together in Hollywood on Wednesday (Nov. 15). “Yeah, I left my label, I introduced it two weeks in the past after which I signed a brand new deal,” she advised ET on the purple carpet. “So, I'm gonna announce that most likely subsequent week. Yeah, I'm actually excited!” She additionally revealed throughout her interview that she plans on transferring to Atlanta to complete her album. “I'm really transferring to Atlanta in two weeks. Yeah, so I'm gonna go and begin recording there and end my album…and it's actually good.”

This yr has confirmed to be a turbulent one for Azalea. In February, Azalea shifted from Def Jam to Island Records and launched her EP Surviving the Summer a number of months after. The EP didn’t generate any traction, as her Tyga-assisted report "Kream" peaked at No. 96 on the Hot 100. She additionally had her tour canceled final month. 

When Streets Talkin reached out to Azalea's reps, they offered a "no remark."