Iggy Azalea Reminds Haters She's Still Kind Of A Big Deal, Flexes Her Numbers For The World To See

  

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea doesn't need your co-sign for validation. The hip-hop artist has lit up social media to flex her staying power with some impressive posts.

Iggy went to Instagram Friday (February 2) to show the early success of her newly released "Savior" single.






Omg!!! #4 on the Rap / Hiphop charts! I feel like I’m a new artist. Thanks so much to everyone! Keep buying / streaming. @quavohuncho you killed this shit!

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A few hours ago, Iggy celebrated her new Quavo-assisted anthem with pizza party clips.






#savioroutnow it’s a pizza party 😛🤪

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#savioroutnow it’s a pizza party 😛🤪

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#savioroutnow click link in story to watch lyric video 🤪

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Iggy's new banger is expected to receive the Super Bowl LII treatment in a new Monster commercial.

Joining Azalea in the ad is a star-studded cast of artists spanning virtually every music genre, including legendary Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, chart-topping hip hop icon Yo Gotti, Big & Rich country star Big Kenny, singer, dancer, actor and TV personality Joey Fatone, songwriter/producer Poo-Bear, reality TV star and entrepreneur Jonathan Cheban, radio host/TV personality Charlamagne tha God, as well as the award-winning DJ Irie and musical artist and influential YouTuber RiceGum, who plays the young “Head Monster” Noel Lee. Head Monster Noel Lee and Monster COO Fred Khalilian appear as themselves at the end of the spot.

This week, Monster CEO Noel Lee dished on his anticipation for the 60-second rollout.

"This Super Bowl ad is an incredible honor for me – a guy who started out 39 years ago in a garage with not much more than my passion for music and my belief that by utilizing technology and innovation I could create products and solutions for delivering better music listening experiences.” Having built the empire of Beats that sold to Apple for $3.2 billion, Noel Lee was exited from that transaction. After 3 years of developing the new Monster product line of incredible headphones and speakers, the Super Bowl ad serves as a launching pad for “Monster Takeover 2018.”

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