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Iggy Azalea Performs On NBC's 'Today'

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After scrapping 6-months of work to start over from scratch, Iggy Azalea is finally ready to make her comeback in to the public eye and share the follow up to her debut album The New Classic.On Tuesday night, Iggy was interacting with fans on twitter when she revealed some important info about her sophomore album, including its now-announced title Digital Distortion.

She also said that fans can expect to hear the first single sometime this month.While we still don’t have a release date for the album, Iggy did announce last week that the project was being entirely produced by the production collective D.R.U.G.S., which consists of producers Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Dahi, Fuego, Buddah, James Koo, Nate 3D, and more. Iggy reportedly just shot the cover for the album on Tuesday as well.We’ll continue to update as more info on Iggy’s sophomore album surface.