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Iggy Azalea Sets November Release Date For "Reclassified"



The much-talked-about re-release of Iggy Azalea’s hit album, The New Classic, finally has something close to an actual release date: November.

“It’ll be out soon, next month,” the rapstress tweeted earlier this week to a fan. “It’s being mastered currently.”

She also shared the brand new cover (above) on Instagram after performing on the 1st Annual VEVO Certified SuperFanFest along Demi Lovato saying, "Since You guys gave me 100million views I'm gonna go ahead and drop this on you as a Thankyou. #ComingSoon".



















Iggy Azalea has been tweeting about the upcoming re-release of The New Classic for a while now but a live snippet of new Charli XCX collaboration “Beg For It” and a couple of seconds of Ellie Goulding-assisted anthem “Can I Say” (in a movie trailer, no less!) is all we’ve heard thus far. The Aussie rap diva rectified that situation by previewing Reclassified via a friend’s Instagram.

The Mullumbimby mogul teased two new tracks on BFF Alejandra Hernandez‘s account including the studio version of “Beg For It”, which sounds like a stone cold smash. The forever “Fancy” femcee also unveiled a killer brag anthem that may or may not be called “#IGGYSZN” (an abbreviation for ‘Iggy Season’). Both tracks sound incredible.

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IT'S #IGGYSZN EVEN IN THE FALL AND WINTER #SONGOFTHEFALL #SONGOFTHEWINTER #SIMMERDOWNBITCHITSIGGTSZN @thenewclassic

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We're gonna make you azaleans BEG FOR ITTTTTT!!! @thenewclassic #RECLASSIFIED #BEGFORIT

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