When your boss is someone like T.I. who has eight studio albums under his belt and has sold millions of records you would think that tapping into his wealth of knowledge would come naturally, but Iggy Azalea marches to the bear of a different drummer.
HipHollywood recently caught up with the Grand Hustle artist on the red carpet of the VH1 Divas show and talked with her about her approach to recording.
"I don't listen to T.I., sorry Tip. I love him to death. It's kind of like a friendship. I rarely ask for his opinion, but if I do and he gives it to me. I consider it but I don't always go with it," Iggy said. "Most of the time I pas it in the wind. Sometimes he says 'I told you so' and sometimes he says 'I was wrong' and bows down. I kind of do my own thing. I love Grand Hustle and everybody, but you don't really see me with them a lot. And that's not because I don't love them to death it's just that I've always been a bit of the lone ranger."
Iggy is gearing up for her debut album titled The New Classic. She says she wants to keep the sound fresh and new so don't expect T.I. to make an appearance but Tyga and Rita Ora are expected to be featured.
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