Iggy Azalea Releases Sophomore Album 'In My Defense': Stream It Now

Austin Hargrave
Iggy Azalea photographed in Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Azalea also dropped off the music video for the album's Kash Doll collab.

Iggy Azalea's heavily anticipated In My Defense album has arrived. It's been a turbulent journey for Azalea to reach the point of finally delivering her sophomore LP, which hit DSPs and retailers as midnight struck on Friday (July 19). 

The 12-track effort includes previously released singles "Sally Walker," "Started," and the J. White Did It-produced "Just Wanna." Look for guest appearances from Lil Yachty, Kash Doll, Juicy J, and Stini throughout the 36-minute album. Azalea's Kash Doll collaboration also received a sultry visual (below).

The Aussie has often found herself in the middle of public controversy throughout her career, which inspired her bloodsoaked album artwork. "It’s a statement about women not having the ability to defend themselves under public gaze,” she explained of the cover art's inspiration. 

Stream In My Defense and watch the video for "Fuck It Up" featuring Kash Doll below.


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