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Australian rapper Iggy Azalea has signed with WME for worldwide representation, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter have learned exclusively. She was previously with CAA.
The signing comes as Azalea prepares to release her second album with Def Jam Recordings, Digital Distortion, in June. Her debut studio album, 2014’s The New Classic, rose to No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and yielded hit singles “Change Your Life,” “Fancy,” “Work” and “Black Widow.”
As a featured artist, Azalea has appeared on chart-toppers including Ariana Grande’s “Problem” and Jennifer Lopez’s “Booty.”
Earlier this month, the rapper and a squad of denim-clad dancers closed out the iHeartRadio Music Awards with a performance of her latest single, “Team,” which bowed at No. 8 on Billboard‘s Hot Rap Songs chart.
Azalea continues to be represented by First Access Entertainment.
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