this is not a drag session i somewhat dig her and i think her recent EP is dope congrats Iggy she's so cute lmao
but in a interview she said why her and interscope never happened:
AZALEA: No, but I said it to my friend in the car. And she said, "I thought the same thing!" [Laughs.] At the time, I felt like I was just floating around in a big ocean. I got picked up and caught by a label [Interscope], and it was very impersonal. It felt like I was a product. When I met him and everybody else over at [Grand Hustle], it felt like I was with real people again. He cared about me as a friend, not just as a check. I want to know that when I make mistakes, I have a label and a family who won't desert me. I think a lot of people looked at it like, "Why would you do that? It's Interscope! It's a giant!" but you also have to be happy in the place that you work. I was in a bunch of studios that cost way too much money and I was getting served warm cookies when I walked in the door. It was too far out of my comfort zone
and it got to thinking ...if i was a recording artist i would've taken it ...like i feel like interscope was being upfront with her ....not all labels are going to be that friendly with you like that it has to be business when it comes to those big labels ...i can understand friendship happening in small camps like ym and hustle gang and etc...
do you see where she was coming from ?....i didn't
"BITCH YOU F'N W/ A TABOO, BITCHES COPY NICKI, THINK DEY BAD TOO"
On the other hand, that's not a really good way to make your business decisions. If you want to be a popular/notable musician or rapper, you ARE a product. You need businessmen who know this business to help you, not "friends" who take months on months to clear samples.