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Iggy Azalea sizzles with rising hit "Fancy"

"I be the I-G-G-Y, put my name in bold I been workin’, I’m up in here with some change to throw" brags Australian hip hop recording artist Iggy Azalea, in her hit "Fancy", a song about being "the realest, and ignoring "haters".

English singer-songwriter Charli XCX wholeheartedly agrees as she chimes in with the catchy hook: "I’m so fancy, you already know, I’m in the fast lane from L.A. to Tokyo".

"Fancy" was first released through Island Records, on February 17, 2014, as the third single from her debut studio album, The New Classic. On April 6, 2014 the song became available worldwide through Virgin, EMI and Universal, and serves as the album's fourth single

Produced by The Invisible Men and The Arcade, the finger snap, Jazzy synth electro Hip hop number was written by Azalea herself along with Charli XCX, and Kurtis McKenzie.

In the United States, "Fancy" has peaked at number 3, becoming Azalea's first song to chart on the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.

On May 18, 2014, Azalea gave a rousing performance of the popular hit at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards alongside rising pop sensation, Ariana Grande, who performed her new hit, "Problem".

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