Iggy Azalea Reveals Sultry Cover Art For 'Surviving the Summer' EP

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Iggy Azalea at the Jumanji Festival on March 9, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.

The drop date for Iggy Azalea's first body of work in four years is fast approaching, and she's easing into her new EP a little early by unveiling its artwork.

Surviving the Summer -- her first release since 2014's The New Classic and its reissue later that year, Reclassified, save for a few singles and collaborations -- is out July 6. 

She's kicked off its release week by revealing the cover, which features the rapper striking a dramatic and daring pose -- and one that winks at Janet Jackson's iconic 1993 Rolling Stone cover.

 

SURVIVE THE SUMMER

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That's not all: Azalea's Instagram also shows a vivid triptych of magenta-lit fish floating in a tank, and between them is an image of a bikini-clad hooded figure -- likely Azalea -- reading a newspaper with "Cash Bags" filling in the spot where the name of the publication should be.

The paper's first headline? "Be bad until you are good."

 

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Is Azalea giving us more than her cover art? Is this front page a clue for her first single?

We'll have to wait and see, but thankfully that won't be for long as Surviving the Summer sees its debut real soon.