He has so much great advice, I’m a hothead and he’ll be like, “Listen! Azalea: I’m an impulsive person and sometimes I get so worked up so quick, and he’ll say, “Hey, that stuff does not matter! He’s not there to make my songs for me, he’s there to help me make my music and help me with what I want to create and connect the dots because I don’t have the same outreach as him.Azalea's first mixtape Ignorant Art, her debut music release and also the project generally credited as her career breakthrough, was released in September 2011 and recorded in Los Angeles, where Azalea had been residing since the previous year, after migrating from Australia to the United States in 2006 when she was sixteen years old to pursue a rap career.
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