Iggy Azalea Drops New Single "Azillion" — Listen to it Here

Iggy Azalea Drops New Single "Azillion" — Listen to it Here

Despite her 2015 controversies, Iggy Azalea is gearing up for a big 2016 — the Australian artist is set to release a new album sometime this year, to be titled Digital Distortion, and over the weekend she released the album's first new single: "Azillion."

Source: Soundcloud

Iggy tweeted out a link to the new song along with a message saying "4 MY RATZ ;-)" ... which is apparently a nickname she has for her fans. Her announcement was met with a ton of replies on Twitter, some from fans who were super-happy to hear a new Iggy track:

But not everyone was psyched for "Azillion."

Love her or hate her, it's pretty clear that Iggy Azalea is here to stay, at least for a while.

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Anna Swartz

Anna is a staff writer for Mic covering breaking news. She can be reached at aswartz@mic.com.

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