Iggy Azalea has finally dropped the release dates to her upcoming album via her social media.
The album is titled 'Sally Walker' which also appears to be a track on the project as she recently released a track of the same name. She also uncovered the album artwork which shows Iggy appearing to wear a lowcut top or dress, crimped hair and the album title above her head in the shape of a cross.
Here is a clip of the title track:
Iggy has previously faced backlash for appropriating Black culture, but in an interview with GQ last year, he at least welcomed the conversation.
"The whole privilege thing is a rough conversation. I understand that in America there is institutionalized racism and there is privilege that comes with the color of your skin. That’s real. I grew up in a situation that didn’t involve any privilege and I worked really hard. A lot of my childhood is overlooked. People assume they know my life because Australia is a nice beautiful country. It’s tough because I want you to acknowledge my work and [to understand] that this wasn’t easy but I also don’t want to detract from or trivialize any people of colors’ position because that’s legitimate," she told GQ.
'Sally Walker' is slated for release on Mar. 15.