Fans began speculating that the Australian emcee had been dropped from Interscope, a notion which she has now denied.
“I wasn’t dropped by Interscope,” said Iggy in an interview with XXLMag.com. “I’m still managed by [Interscope], but when T.I. came on board and it became a Grand Hustle thing. We were working on restructuring and we worked down to the final deal. There’s things that change when other people get involved. For me, I choose my involvement with Tip because that’s my family over other things, so I’m thankful that I have him and he can kinda get me out of that situation; now it’s just strictly Grand Hustle.”
Interscope VP of Publicity Yvette Gayle confirmed that Iggy never officially signed to Interscope, but it managed by Interscope management.
“I’m not in a rush to sign anything with anyone,” said Iggy. “I have some really great things coming up that you will see why and maybe it will make more sense why I chose what I’ve chosen. I can’t elaborate on them yet.”