On Working With The Invisible Men:
Iggy Azalea: They worked on “Work” for me. They’re actually American, but they live in London. [They're] three guys. They did a lot of my album. They did a lot of the production on this. They are kind of new talent. They are new to hip-hop, but they have a lot of top 10 hits in the UK. They did “Do It Like A Dude” for Jessie J, for example. They did some of Rita Ora’s singles. I know them quite well, but they’ve never worked with rappers before. I saw things in their production that I liked. I kinda of just played them a lot of rap music over the last few months. I was like, “Get into this shit!” We even played them Sugar Free in the studio and they loved it.
I think [I also like working] with somebody that doesn’t necessarily produce rap music because I don’t think it’s given. I don’t think the album is any less hip-hop, but I just think it brings a fresh perspective of somebody that’s almost three new fans of rap music. They are hearing this stuff for the first time and they are being inspired by it. And they are making their own shit. I really loved doing that with them.