She is a fashion chameleon who is known to change her style from one week to the next.
And Iggy Azalea opted for a striking new look on Friday when she walked the red carpet during the WNBA All-Star Weekend 2019 party in Las Vegas.
The Fancy rapper, 29, showed off her famous curves in a tight orange dress with the words & # 39; Ignite Illusion & # 39 ;.
Blue-haired goddess! Iggy Azalea chose a striking new look on Friday when she walked the red carpet at the WNBA All-Star Weekend 2019 party in Las Vegas
Iggy accessorised with earrings and blue high heels that matched her colorful hair extensions.
The Australian-born hip-hop star also opted for a glamorous make-up palette, including a smooth lipstick.
It is after Iggy was forced to defend herself after her long-awaited second album, In My Defense, received scathing reviews.
So glamorous: The Fancy rapper, 29, showed off her famous curves in a tight orange dress and wore blue hair extensions
& # 39; Reading the reviews from In My Defense makes me so sad & # 39 ;, tweeted a fan Friday to Iggy. & # 39; Even the Wikipedia page now says it has received bad reviews. & # 39;
Iggy responded quickly: & # 39; Babe, relax. Critics have literally NEVER given an album that I have rated well and I am still here! & # 39;
Several publications have saved In My Defense, with Pitchfork the LP scores a disappointing 3.8 out of 10.
Oh no! It is after Iggy was forced to defend herself after her long-awaited second album, In My Defense, received scathing reviews
No drama & # 39; s? Iggy tweeted in response to a concerned fan: & # 39; Critics have literally NEVER given an album that I have rated well and I am still there! & # 39;
& # 39; The album is stacked with cartoon-like approaches to how she thinks a rap song should sound & # 39 ;, wrote reviewer Dani Blum.
& # 39; Iggy Azalea is not the only current rapper who fills songs with dismal, monotonous references to sex and money, but many find creative, funny and even raw ways to write and spit on both & # 39 ;, she added to.
& # 39; Instead, Iggy stuffs up her songs with one-liners that resemble Instagram subtitles. & # 39;
Ouch! Several publications have saved In My Defense (album art shown), with Pitchfork scoring the album with a disappointing 3.8 out of 10
A critic for that To crash, Nicolas Tyrell, was just as cheeky and wrote: & # 39; There is a borrowed feeling about the entire album. It is almost as if the set of twelve songs is being delivered as a project that she thinks we want to hear, in contrast to what she is really thinking about.
& # 39; Similarly, (single) Sally Walker – also part of In My Defense – arrived earlier this year as an immediate parallel with Cardi & # 39; s B money, which produced no sign of originality, particularly in the production arena. & # 39;
The New Zealand Herald also had harsh words for Iggy, where Siena Yates pointed to the & # 39; Southern drawl & # 39; with which the Australian star has replaced its natural accent.
Wannabe? & # 39; The album is stacked with cartoon-like approaches to how she thinks a rap song should sound & # 39 ;, wrote Pitchfork reviewer Dani Blum. Pictured: Iggy Azalea
& # 39; The controversial Aussie rapper has returned with the same faux Southern drawl and vernacular that has earned her accusations of cultural appropriation & # 39 ;, they wrote in a one-star rating.
& # 39; It's not just about appropriation; she also talks about being poor, while also baffling about her wealth with all the self-awareness of a teaspoon. & # 39;
They added: & # 39; The real kicker is that Iggy Azalea is actually a good rapper – or at least she could be if she really had something real to say and said it in her own voice. & # 39;
That must hurt! New Zealand Herald critic, Siena Yates, criticized the Australian rapper (photo) for appropriating & # 39; from a southern drawl in her music
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