Iggy Azalea videography

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Iggy Azalea
Azalea in Sydney; Australia, August 2015.

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea has been featured in twenty-one music videos (including thirteen as a lead artist and five as a featured artist), one film, among various appearances in other audiovisual productions. In 2011, Azalea uploaded on YouTube her debut music video for "Pu$$y," a song from her debut mixtape, Ignorant Art, where it subsequently went viral, helping to propel the rapper to prominence, after previously sharing home videos as an underground rapper.[1] She released two more videos from the project in following months, "My World" and "The Last Song."[2][3] In 2012, she aligned herself with Southern rapper T.I.'s Grand Hustle imprint. He was then featured on "Murda Bizness," taken from her Glory EP, also appearing in the visuals, marking the beginning of multiple collaborations between the two.[4][5] Around this time, Azalea made her debut appearance on American television at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards alongside other Grand Hustle label-mates.[6] Azalea announced she would be releasing a second mixtape titled TrapGold by premiering a video for the track "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)."[7] She was a guest performer on VH1 Divas 2012.[8]

In 2013, Azalea signed a record deal with Virgin EMI and Def Jam, while readying the release of her debut album, The New Classic.[9] The video for the first single, "Work," which depicts Azalea's biographical journey from life on the streets to Hollywood after she relocated from Australia to the United States to pursue a rap career, received praise from critics and was nominated for the MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist.[10] "Bounce," the second single, shot in Mumbai sparked discussion on the representation of Indian style and culture.[11] The video for the third single "Change Your Life," featuring T.I., premiered later that year.[12] Azalea also started making other television appearances and performances to promote the releases.

Azalea released "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, in 2014, its visuals being a remake of the 1995 film Clueless, achieving success worldwide and earning her more mainstream attention, including four 2014 MTV Video Music Awards nominations and an appearance on Saturday Night Live.[13] After the album release, the video for "Black Widow," featuring Rita Ora, premiered receiving comparisons to Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill, with actor Michael Madsen also starring in it, and was nominated for Best Video at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards.[14] Azalea also hosted the revived House of Style series on MTV.com.[15] She featured in singles by other artists that year, such as Ariana Grande's "Problem" and Jennifer Lopez's "Booty," appearing in the respective videos.[16][17] A video for "Trouble," featuring Jennifer Hudson, from the re-release of her debut album, Reclassified, was premiered on Vevo as well.[18] Azalea co-directed the video of her Britney Spears-collaborative single, "Pretty Girls," in 2015, marking the third time she was officially credited as a director, after her work on "Black Widow" and "Trouble" with Director X.[19] She made her film debut in Furious 7 (2015).[20] After that, Azalea released a series of standalone singles with accompanying music videos and an EP titled Survive the Summer in 2018.[21]

Music videos[edit]

As a performer[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Director X (pictured) co-directed the "Black Widow" (2014) and "Trouble" (2015) music videos with Azalea.
Azalea is featured on the remix of Jennifer Lopez's (pictured) 2014 song "Booty" and also appears in the music video.
Azalea directed the video of her collaboration with Britney Spears (pictured), "Pretty Girls," in 2015.
List of music videos as lead artist, showing other performer(s), director(s), album and year released
Title Other performer(s) Director(s) Album Year Ref.
"Pu$$y"[a] None Falkon Ignorant Art 2011 [24]
"My World" Alex/2Tone [2]
"The Last Song" Bell Soto 2012 [3]
"Murda Bizness" T.I. 3 Little Digs[b] Glory [5]
Alex/2Tone [25]
"Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)" None Bell Soto TrapGold [7]
"Work" Jonas & François The New Classic 2013 [10]
"Slo." Rankin TrapGold [26]
"Bounce" BRTHR The New Classic [11]
"Change Your Life" T.I. Jonas & François [12]
"Fancy" Charli XCX Director X 2014 [13]
"Black Widow" Rita Ora Director X
Iggy Azalea
[14]
"Trouble" Jennifer Hudson Reclassified 2015 [18]
"Pretty Girls" Britney Spears Cameron Duddy
Iggy Azalea
None [19]
"Team" None Fabien Montique 2016 [27]
"Mo Bounce" Lil Internet 2017 [28]
"Switch"[c] Anitta Thom Kerr[d] [31]
"Savior" Quavo 2018 [30]
Colin Tilley [32]
"Kream" Tyga Survive the Summer [21]

As featured artist[edit]

List of music videos as featured artist, showing other performer(s), director(s), album and year released
Title Other performer(s) Director(s) Album Year Ref.
"I Think She Ready" FKi
Diplo
Alex/2Tone Transformers n the Hood 2012 [33]
"Beat Down" Steve Aoki
Angger Dimas
Wonderland (Remixed) [34]
"Problem" Ariana Grande Jones Crow[e] My Everything 2014 [35]
Nev Todorovic [16]
"No Mediocre" T.I. Director X Paperwork [36]
"Booty" Jennifer Lopez Hype Williams None [17]

Guest appearances[edit]

List of guest appearances in music videos, showing performer(s), director(s), album and year released
Title Performer(s) Director(s) Album Year Ref.
"Otis" (Remix) YG
Reem Riches
Kenneth Wynn None 2011 [37]
"Hot Wheels" T.I.
Travis Porter
Young Dro
Alex Smith F*ck Da City Up 2012 [38]
"Mr. Taxi" (Remix) Steve Aoki Punit Dhesi None [39]

Filmography[edit]

List of films, showing year released, role, director(s) and selected notes
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Furious 7 2015 Female Racer James Wan Cameo appearance [20]

Television[edit]

Appearances as herself[edit]

List of television shows, showing appearance year, channel and selected notes
Title Year Channel Notes Ref.
Tracks 2012 Arte Mini-documentary [40][41]
Iggy Azalea's Hottest Club Joints 2013 4Music Host; special countdown [42][43]
The Show with Vinny MTV Episode #1.9 [44]
MTV News Interviewer; World War Z Premiere Segment [45]
Never Mind the Buzzcocks BBC Two Competitor; Episode #27.4 [46]
MTV Video Music Awards MTV Presenter [47]
MOBO Awards BBC Three [48]
MTV Europe Music Awards MTV [49]
Studio 10 Network Ten Episode "13 November 2013" [50]
MTV Movie Awards 2014 MTV Presenter [51]
This Is Hot 97 VH1 Episode #1.8: "The Turn Up" [52]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! ABC Skit: "New Lyrics for Old People"; Episode #12.73 [53]
Billboard Music Awards Presenter [54]
Chelsea Lately E! Episode #8.79 [55]
Dave Skylark's Very Special VMA Special MTV Guest Interview [56]
Saturday Night Live NBC Skit: "Halloween Party";
Episode #40.4: "Jim Carrey/Iggy Azalea"
[57][58]
Today 2015 Nine Network Episode "17 June 2015" [59]
The Late Late Show with James Corden CBS Carpool Karaoke; Episode #1.46 [60]
Lip Sync Battle Spike Competitor; Episode #1.16:
"Iggy Azalea vs. Nick Young"
[61]
Today Nine Network Episode "19 August 2015" [62]
The Project Network Ten [63]
Good Morning America 2016 ABC Episode "23 March 2016" [64]
Watch What Happens Live Bravo [65]
The Ellen DeGeneres Show CBS Episode "8 April 2016" [66]
Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC Episode "28 April 2016" [67]
Wild 'n Out MTV Competitor; Episode #8.2:
"Iggy Azalea/Travis Mills"
[68]
The X Factor Australia Seven Network Judge; Season 8 [69]
Extra 2017 Syndicated Universal Studios interview; Episode "22 May 2017" [70]
Watch What Happens Live Bravo Episode "21 May 2017" [71]
The Late Late Show with James Corden CBS Flinch; Episode #3.125 [72]
Premios Juventud Univision Presenter [73]
Dare to Live MTV Episode #1.5 [74]
Total Request Live 2018 Episode "15 February 2018" [75]
Watch What Happens Live Bravo Episode "18 March 2018" [76]
Extra Syndicated Universal Studios interview; Episode "11 July 2018" [77]
Access Live Episode "11 July 2018" [78]
Hip-Hop Houdini Fuse Episode #1.3 [79]
iHeartRadio Music Festival The CW Presenter [80]

As a performer[edit]

List of television shows, showing performance year, channel and performed song(s)
Title Year Channel Performed song(s) Ref.
BET Hip Hop Awards 2012 BET Grand Hustle Cypher
(with T.I., B.o.B, Chip and Trae tha Truth)
[6]
VH1 Divas VH1 "Groove Is in the Heart"
(with Natasha Bedingfield and Bootsy Collins)
[8]
Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model 2013 Sky Living "Work" [81][82]
The Sound of Change Live NBC "Work"; "Bounce" [83][84]
Nikki & Sara Live MTV "Work" [83]
Smells Like Friday Night Channel 4 "Bounce" [85]
106 & Park BET "Change Your Life" (with T.I.) [86]
Trending 10 Fuse "Change Your Life" [87]
Alan Carr: Chatty Man Channel 4 [88]
MOBO Awards BBC Three "Change Your Life"; "Work" [48]
Wake Up Network Ten "Change Your Life" [89]
MTV Europe Music Awards MTV "Blurred Lines" (with Robin Thicke) [90]
The Late Show with David Letterman CBS "Change Your Life" (with T.I.) [91]
mtvU Woodie Awards 2014 mtvU "Fancy" (with Charli XCX) [92]
Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC [93]
Good Morning America ABC [94]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! [53]
Billboard Music Awards "Fancy" (with Charli XCX);
"Problem" (with Ariana Grande)
[95]
Dancing with the Stars "Fancy" (with Charli XCX) [96]
BET Awards BET "No Mediocre" (with T.I.); "Fancy" [97]
ESPY Awards ESPN "Fancy" [98]
iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party The CW "Bounce"; "Work"; "Fancy";
"Problem" (with Ariana Grande)
[99][100]
The Today Show NBC "Work"; "Fancy" [101]
MTV Video Music Awards MTV "Black Widow" (with Rita Ora) [102]
The Ellen DeGeneres Show CBS [103]
Saturday Night Live NBC "Fancy"; "Black Widow" (with Rita Ora);
"Beg for It" (with )
[104]
American Music Awards ABC "Fancy" (with Charli XCX); "Beg for It";
"Booty" (with Jennifer Lopez)
[105][106]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC "Beg for It" [107]
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest ABC "Fancy" (with Charli XCX) [108]
People's Choice Awards 2015 CBS "Beg for It" [109]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC "Trouble" (with Jennifer Hudson) [110]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Nickelodeon [111]
iHeartRadio Music Awards NBC [112]
American Idol Fox [113]
Billboard Music Awards ABC "Pretty Girls" (with Britney Spears) [114]
MTV Video Music Awards MTV "Cool for the Summer" (with Demi Lovato) [115]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2016 NBC "Team" [116]
iHeartRadio Music Awards TBS [117]
The Ellen DeGeneres Show CBS [66]
Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC [118]
Good Morning America ABC "Team"; "Black Widow"; "Fancy" [119]
Wild 'n Out MTV "Team" [68]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2017 NBC "Switch" (with Anitta) [120]
MTV Millennial Awards MTV Latin "Mo Bounce"; "Switch" [121]
The Late Late Show with James Corden CBS "Switch" [122]
iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards Much [123]
Premios Juventud Univision [73]
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2018 CBS "Savior" [124]

Web[edit]

List of web appearances, showing year, streaming service and selected notes
Title Year Service Notes Ref.
GGN: Snoop Dogg's Double G News Network 2011 YouTube Holiday special [125]
Close To! 2012 Ofive.tv (Play TV) Mini-documentary [126][127]
Vevo Lift 2013 Vevo Campaign; web series [128]
House of Style 2014 MTV.com Host; web series [15]
Vevo Certified SuperFanFest Vevo Performer [129][130]
TIDAL X: Mercedes Iggy Azalea 2017 Tidal [131]
TIDAL X Brooklyn [132]
Droppin' Cash: Los Angeles 2018 Complex Web series [133]
ET Live Entertainment Tonight [134]
PEOPLE Now People [135]
BUILD Series NYC AOL [136]

Commercials[edit]

List of commercials, showing company, campaign, year and director(s)
Company Campaign Year Director(s) Ref.
Adidas Unite All Originals 2013 Colin Solal Cardo [137][138]
Samsung Milk Music 2014 Warren Fu [139][140]
Forever 21 Unwrap Style N/A [141]
Bonds BONDS100 2015 N/A [142]
Monster Products Super Bowl LII 2018 Bjorn Ruhmann [143]
Postmates IGGY100 N/A [144]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Two versions of the video were uploaded online, Azalea's original "leak" and the producer's final cut with additional post-production.[22][23]
  2. ^ 3 Little Digs directed the "Murda Bizness" in-studio video version featuring Azalea, T.I. and Chip.[5]
  3. ^ The "Switch" music video was not officially released.[29]
  4. ^ Kerr directed the "Savior" lyric video.[30]
  5. ^ Crow directed the "Problem" lyric video featuring Grande and Azalea.[35]

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