Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is now riding with Island Records. New reports claim a summer 2017 spat with a Def Jam head ultimately sparked a split between both parties.

New reports claim Iggy has low-key taken her talent to Island after claiming ex-Def Jam CEO Steve Bartels didn’t want to promote her Digital Distortion album.

Azalea’s new “Savior” single went national after appearing in the batch Super Bowl LII commercials for tech giant Monster.

Last week, Monster CEO Noel Lee dished on his anticipation for the 60-second rollout.

In early January, Iggy shocked fans by announcing a big Super Bowl advertisement spot.

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