Iggy Azalea Announces Sophomore Album Title, Says Lead Single Out This Month

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Iggy Azalea poses during Bonds 100th birthday celebration event at Cafe Sydney on August 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.

Iggy Azalea will be back before we know it with her sophomore album; the Aussie pop star revealed the new LP's title along with some other details on Wednesday (Oct. 7). 

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The new album is to be called Digital Distortion, Azalea said on Twitter during a casual conversation with fans, correcting one fan to say that "digital distortion is not a song title, its the name of my album."

 

Digital Distortion will be Azalea's second studio record, following her Grammy-nominated The New Classic from 2014, which featured the big hits "Fancy" and "Black Widow."

On Sunday, Azalea announced she'd be releasing a buzz track called "Zillion" and video "fairly soon" so fans can get an understanding of what her new album is going to sound and look like. 

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She revealed Wednesday that she would be releasing the first single off the set sometime this month as well. She also said she is still working on Digital Distortion and will soon begin asking people for collaborations. The album should be out sometime next year. 

Fans caught on and made the connection between her album title and the images she's been posting to her Instagram lately. 

 

See some of those images here: