Iggy Azalea has been through the struggle as a new artist, but she’s still standing. Last year, she created so much buzz online that it landed her a spot on XXL’s Freshman Class cover (the first for a female rapper since Nicki Minaj) and a deal with Interscope that ultimately fell through after she became a Grand Hustle artist. Months went by, and her buzz started to die down drastically!
In an exclusive interview with The Breakfast Club Morning Show, Iggy Azalea explained her absence, as well as revealed that her fallout with Interscope almost blackballed her in the industry.
Because of that, she headed to London to re-ignite her career in the U.K. with a London-based music label. She also revealed the hardships she’s been through, while admitting that she caught the city bus to her last interview with The Breakfast Club last year.