Iggy Azalea’s latest album announcement gained lots of media consideration, nevertheless it’s not simply due to the music.
On Monday, Azalea revealed the album art work for her upcoming second LP, “In My Protection,” which is her first file in 5 years.
The graphic cowl for the album, which drops in July, depicts Azalea’s physique propped towards a gray sedan, along with her hair and garments lined in blood.
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Other than sharing the principle album art work, Azalea additionally shared a follow-up picture on Twitter, depicting her bloodied head laying on the pavement close to the automobile.
The provocative cowl definitely turned some heads, however many followers of Azalea voiced their assist for the Australian artist on social media.
“OMG THIS IS F—ING ART,” one fan account tweeted.
“We WILL be pre ordering, shopping for and streaming,” one other fan wrote.
Regardless of the reward from followers, the duvet was later bashed by some social media critics, who labeled the duvet “sickening” and “gross.” A headline from AllHipHop.com reads, “Did Iggy Azalea Go Too Far With Her Graphic Album Cowl?”
After one Twitter person requested the singer if her album cowl depicted her “rebirth,” Azalea clarified the that means behind the bloody art work, explaining it was based mostly on ladies being unable to “defend themselves beneath public gaze”
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Azalea returned to Twitter earlier this 12 months, after briefly deactivating her account as a consequence of “a flood of inappropriate feedback” following a sequence of topless photos that leaked.