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[Press Play] Iggy Azalea ‘Kream’ & ‘Tokyo Snow Trip’

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The past two years have been a struggle for one-time hottest recording artist in music, Iggy Azalea. While her modeling career has always kept a profitable stride, her music career has been road blocked on multiple occasions. Back on her feet, Iggy Azalea releases new music in singles, “Kream” and “Tokyo Snow Trip”.

Featuring Tyga, “Kream”, samples Wu-Tang Clan’s legendary 1993 song “C.R.E.A.M.,” is a similarly spare, slow-bounce track that references both punk icon Sid Vicious and model Bella Hadid in the lines. “Tokyo Snow Trip” delivers a familiar concept to the 2005 hit single by the Yin Yang Twins, “Whisper Song”. On tracks are slated to appear on Iggy’s upcoming EP, entitled, ‘Survive the Summer’. Iggy has already released promotional advertisements for the forthcoming project via Instagram, shown below.

SURVIVE THE SUMMER

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It’s been four years since Iggy Azalea made her debut with the platinum-selling, ‘The New Classic’. The debut album produced hit singles, “Fancy”, “Black Widow”, and “Change Your Life”. Iggy’s upcoming EP is available now for pre-order on Apple Music.

Listen to “Kream” and “Tokyo Snow Trip” above, courtesy of Apple Music.