Iggy Azalea References Future & DJ Esco in New Song

Preview the Australian rapper’s trap banger here.

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Despite all the negative remarks she has been receiving, Iggy Azalea is not letting that put her down. The Australian rapper recently previewed a demo of an unreleased song titled “7teen.” From the low-quality video preview, we can confirm two things: it’s going to be a trap banger and it references Future and DJ Esco. The line goes: “Meet in the future, okay let’s go / make them dance around, DJ Esco.” Preview the track below and let us know what you think about it.

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