Iggy Azalea - The End Of An Era - Album Review.
Updated: Aug 29
I finally managed to give some listens to "The End Of An Era" the third studio album from Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea, the project originally released 13 August 2021, 14-tracks LP supposedly to be the "Fancy" rapper's last album for a while, as she intends to venture into other businesses or perhaps to pursue her life dream goals.
"The End Of An Era" is a mixture of Hip Hop, Rap, R&B, Pop, EDM with a twist of Dance music and I must say I had a great listen, Azalea's high tenacity of lyricism cannot go unnoticed on this album, despite her thought-provoking lyrics and hard hitting raps, the album still have an overall radio friendly, pop-ish perception/feel with an impeccable production whilst each song stands on its own, it's a cool body of work.
"Emo Club Anthem" is one of my favourites on this LP, a mixture of pop and rap elements, the lyrics are quite bubbly and the track is fun to hear.
"Peach Body" is a funky one, danceable and the beat is catchy, it's a good sing-along track.
"Sex On The Beach" and "Good Times With Bad People" are both Reggaeton-infected cuts, uptempo and club focused, and I like the way Azalea executed the seamless transition to this genre/sound on the album, both tracks are towards the very end of the album and they work so well as closing tracks.
Stream "The End Of An Era" Below;