Albeit it Iggy Azalea's debut album The New Classic has become victim to heavy delays and turbulence, the Australian rapper's latest updates to her Instagram account have assured fans and skeptics alike that it's actually coming for real this year.
On March 4, Iggy will square off with the "mastermind"--Rick Ross for supreme record sale dominance when her album hits iTunes and whatever record stores have survived the apocalypse thus far.
The leggy part-time model posted her album cover to finally unite with her aged album's tracklist, which was released last August. The photo adopts a 1960s Californian theme with Iggy basking in the sunlight with a ticky-tacky pink house used as the background.
She was also sure to remind fans who may have forgotten that the pre-order was live on iTunes.
After all this time, Iggy and her Interscope label see no reason in slowing down the momentum and The New Classic already had as coinciding tour in the works. The Aussie will find herself in the country's northeastern region of Boston before she crash lands all the way to the western end in Seattle for fourteen cities of travel in under a month.
If you have been patiently waiting for Iggy's chance to explode on her studio debut, pre-order the LP on iTunes.
The New Classic's artwork can be found below. Hit the flip to see if you'll get the chance to see the North American leg of her tour.
Photo: Instagram/The New Classic