Iggy AzaleaNet Worth: Iggy Azalea is an Australian chronicle craftsman who has a total assets of $6 million. Conceived Amethyst Amelia Kelly on June 7, 1990, in Sydney, Australia, she is one of only a handful couple of rising female MCs on the hip-bounce scene. Be that as it may, as a white young lady from country Australia, she's transparently confessed to being something of an untouchable in the realm of rap.
Azalea spent the vast majority of her adolescence in Mullumbimby, New South Wales living modestly with her dad, a painter and comic craftsman, and her mom, a lodging more clean. She began rapping at 14 years old, and even framed a gathering with two different young ladies from her neighborhood. Before long, she quit the all-female band because of absence of other young ladies' advantage. Wanting to move to America, Iggy dropped out of secondary school and began to work with her mom. In 2006, she went to the States, just before she turned 16. It should be just an occasion, yet in the end chose to remain disclosing to her folks she was not returning.
Azalea initially remained in Miami, Florida, trailed by a short spell in Houston, Texas and few-year remain in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2010, she settled in LA, California, where regardless she dwells. In the interim, she has just met rapper Jefe "Wine-O" Wine, who turned into her sweetheart and accordingly marked Azalea to his autonomous record name, Wine-O Music. After they separated, Wine-O still discharged Azalea's music by means of iTunes under his mark. In 2011, she began to transfer her free-form recordings on YouTube. Azalea's vocation saw significant ascent when her disputable tunes "Pussy" and "Two Times," became a web sensation on the video-sharing webpage. In September 2011, Azalea discharged her first full-length venture, a mixtape entitled Ignorant Art.
It was trailed by TrapGold, her second mixtape that came a year later. In 2012, Azalea left a mark on the world turning into the principal non-American female rapper to be highlighted on XXL's yearly Top 10 Freshman cover issue. Hip jump fans must be comfortable with her present hit singles "Work" and "Skip," which are a piece of her introduction studio collection The New Classic, which was discharged in April 2014.