It was all good just a week ago. Iggy Azalea seemed like she'd been given the green light by Def Jam for her new album, Digital Distortion to drop on June 30. But now, "I have no idea when it's coming out," Iggy said in a recent, since deleted, Snapchat video.

"At first everybody at my label was like, 'June 2, June 2,'" she continued. "And I was like cool. So I told everybody that. But then they were like, 'No we changed our mind, lets put the pre-order up on June 2.' So I was like okay, cool that seems fair. What's my album date going to be? And they were like, 'June 30.' So I did a bunch of interviews on TV the day that my single dropped with Anitta, and it seemed like all the reporters knew the date, June 30."

Iggy says she got a hint that something was up when she went on Jimmy Fallon's show and he stated the project would drop later this month, without giving a specific date. Now it appears the album's release date is in limbo.

Iggy has put out four singles leading up to the release of the project, but none have had close to the impact of the hit single, "Fancy" off her debut LP. She's pushed her latest single, "Switch" the hardest, recently performing the song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

See Iggy's calm rant below.

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