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The Transformation Of Iggy Azalea From 21 To 31 Years Old

In July 2019, Iggy Azalea released her second studio album, “In My Defense,” over five years after her debut. According to Billboard, the album didn’t make much noise as her previous LP and peaked at No. 50 on the U.S. Billboard 200. With that being said, she still managed to bag herself some big features with Juicy J, Kash Doll, and Lil Yachty, per Genius.

Azalea (pictured above 29-years-old) has plans of releasing a third album, “End of an Era,” which is scheduled to drop in 2021, per From The Stage. On Twitter, she explained the inspiration behind the title. “Turning 30 made me really think back on the last decade of my life & I just wanted to take all the s*** I’ve loved and make a time capsule of it,” the “Work” hitmaker wrote. While fans for a new record, Azalea has been treating listeners to a number of fierce collabs. In August 2020, she teamed up with R&B singer Tinashe for “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching,” while releasing “Sip It” with fellow rapper Tyga in April 2021. 

While Azalea’s presence on the charts isn’t as strong as it used to be, there is no denying that she isn’t one of rap’s most successful acts in the past decade. As of 2021, she is worth an impressive $15 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Therefore, it’s not like she has anything to worry about.

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