Iggy Azalea Sings Her Own Praises In New Interview
. (Radio.com) Say what you will about Iggy Azalea but she doesn't let her haters get her down. The Aussie rapper has no shortage of confidence in the latest issue of GQ, where she gave one of her more pull quote-worthy interviews.
Among the highlights was when interviewer Sarah Ball asked what Azalea wants to be her legacy. In her mind, the worst case scenario is that she's changed hip-hop for the better. To repeat, that is the worst case scenario.
"At the very worst, if I have a short-lived career, at least I could say I sparked a change--that I inspired some leniency in what people accept in hip-hop," Azalea said. "And if I have a very long career and can be gyrating in a leotard at 35, that would be great."
Azealia Banks would definitely disagree with the rapper on that front, but, as Azalea explains, she doesn't care about that kind of beef. "When people choose me as the person they think should be speaking for them, I think, 'Well, I don't really care what someone in the industry or another artist has to say about it,'" she said. "Your opinion is biased anyway, because you want people to listen to your voice." Read more here.
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