Iggy Azalea plays intimate London show for HP

The Australian rapper performed a HP Connected Music gig for competition winners at London nightclub Fabric

Iggy Azalea plays intimate London show for HP

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Iggy Azalea celebrated the UK release of her single 'Bounce' with a special fans-only show at London's Fabric last night (July 9), in association with HP Connected Music.

Azalea played to competition winners for almost an hour in Room 1 of the London nightclub, with a performance including her internet hit 'Pu$$y', 'Murda Bizness' and 'Beatdown' by Steve Aoki, on which she features. Flanked by four female dancers in gold and silver lame, Azalea performed a high-energy set including 'Cheeks', which saw her twerking along with the dancers. She ended on 'Work', a track that tells her story from growing up in Australia to arriving in Miami on her own when she was 16.

Before the show, Azalea told NME that she’s excited by how well 'Bounce' is doing in the UK – it's likely to go Top 10 in the official midweek chart. "That’s really good! I’m happy with it,” she said.

Iggy Azalea's debut album 'The New Classic' is due for release on Mercury/Def Jam in September.

Iggy Azalea played:

'Murda Bizness'
'My World'

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