Iggy Azalea Enlists Quavo For 'Savior' Single

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Iggy Azalea performs on stage during Univision's "Premios Juventud" 2017 Celebrates The Hottest Musical Artists And Young Latinos Change-Makers at Watsco Center on July 6, 2017 in Coral Gables, Fla.

Last year wasn't the easiest one for Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. The artist endured numerous setbacks, including an announcement of a tentative drop date (Jun. 30) for her sophomore album Digital Distortion, only to have it scrapped. The album also reportedly leaked in June last year, amid a frustrated tirade of Snapchats and Tweets from Iggy Iggs.

With the past in the rear view mirror however, Azalea looks to be jumping into 2018 with a kick start. The "Team" rapper announced a new single, "Savior," on Tuesday (Jan. 9) featuring the red-hot Quavo of Migos. At a conference for Monster Products, the Aussie rapper announced she will be debuting the new single in a Super Bowl Commercial for Monster. In a clip on Twitter of the press conference, Azalea gave the new tune a release date, saying it will drop "around February 1st."

In a reply to a fan on Twitter on Nov. 7, Iggy let the world know that the album would be renamed Surviving The Summer. She also gave long-waiting fans a taste of what is to come, dropping four tracks, all produced by Ljay Currie.

Check out the clip and Tweets below.