Iggy Azalea Preps The Great Escape Tour, Responds to Critics
Iggy Azalea is having a phenomenal year so far. From her chart-topping single ‘Fancy' to winning Favorite Rap Album at the American Music Awards to her four Grammy nominations, the Aussie rhymer is probably beaming right now. But she's not done yet. Azalea is planning to continue her reign well into the new year.
On Wednesday (Dec. 10), ‘The New Classic’ creator took to Twitter and announced her first arena tour will be called The Great Escape and hinted at it being the title of her second album.
"Also my tour is called 'The Great Escape Tour' and this name is somewhat relatable to what ill be naming Album2," she wrote.
While venues and dates have yet to be announced, the 'Problem' rapper did reveal that pop crooner Nick Jonas will go with her on tour.
Despite this bit of good news, Azalea has been the subject of scrutiny lately from her comments about USC protesters at her show being “trolls” to her lack of validity in the industry. However, she is not letting that stop her from continuing to climb to the top.
Azalea reminded fans of her relentless spirit when she tweeted:
Before she embarks on her tour next year, Iggy Azalea will close out 2014 performing on 'Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest' special on ABC.