Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Iggy Azalea Shows Off Her Generous Curves In A Slit To The Thigh Pencil Skirt And Crop Top

She's known just as much for her hourglass curves as she is for her music. 

And Iggy Azalea gave the ultimate queen of curves, Kim Kardashian, a run for her money over the Easter long weekend as she stepped out in a form-fitting wrap skirt and midriff-baring crop top.  

 The body confident rapper flaunted her voluptuous figure to perfection as she sashayed down the streets of New York in the skintight ensemble which also featured a daring thigh-high split. 

The 23-year-old was sure to turn heads in the asymmetric skirt which hugged her derriere as she dropped by the Power106 radio studios ahead of her debut album The New Classic's release this week. 

She added yet more height to her statuesque frame with a vertiginous pair of strappy nude and red heels and pulled her long blonde tresses back into a sleek, knotted pony tail. 

The Australian beauty kept her makeup simple and understated and totted a nude handbag with a statement silver chain strap.  


Iggy - whose real name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly - went for a more reserved look on Monday when she swathed her curves in a demure pantsuit while at Elvis Duran And The Morning Show at Z100 radio station.  

In an interview with Billboard Magazine released the same day, the star explained she hopes her highly anticipated new album will revolutionize what is considered 'classic' among the younger generations. 

She said: 'I come from an era of kids who are always being told that what we make is not classic. 'But my album says to people my age, "Don't devalue that we can be culturally significant -- because we can be." 

'I wish I was a teenager in 1997. But with The New Classic I want younger generations to look back on what we're doing now and say, "I wish I was a teenager in 2014."' 

The quirky singer grew up in regional Australia before moving to the U.S. at 16 to pursue her dreams of becoming a successful rapper. 

In 2012, she became the first female, as well as the first non-American, to be included in XXL magazine's annual 10 Freshmen cover story of promising young rappers.