Iggy Azalea forsaken utterly the bombshell this week when she announced her latest music collaboration.
This isn’t just any old partnership – Iggy has motionless to group up with zero other than arch-nemesis Azealia Banks.
For those who aren’t up to date with the latest luminary Twitter drama, Iggy and Azealia have utterly a scattered history.
Over the past few years the rappers have exchanged oppressive difference online in anxiety to secular accusations, swat ability and at one point Azealia publicly pronounced she hoped Iggy would die – so the awaiting of the rappers operative together seemed unfathomable, until now.
Many fans on both sides of the evidence aren’t too gratified with the proclamation while others find it confusing.
However Iggy and Azealia joining forces is actually a good thing, and here’s why.
In new years it’s almost turn the normal for musicians and other celebrities to be concerned in very open feuds, generally on Twitter, and these spats customarily engage womanlike artists.
We’ve seen Miley Cyrus vs Nicki Minaj at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards which saw Nicki confront Miley about disastrous stories present in the press, before uttering the now barbarous ‘Miley, what’s good?‘ line.
We’ve seen Lady Gaga vs Madonna, a argument which grown after Madonna suggested Gaga was ‘reductive‘ and some-more recently Katy Perry vs Taylor Swift which saw both artists go to good lengths to insult one another by releasing diss marks (Bad Blood and Swish Swish) – but what do these customarily very sparse open rows actually achieve?
The answer is not much as they don’t tend to last very prolonged and do zero but take courtesy divided from the artists’ music.
Another indicate to consider is how feuds, like we have seen with Iggy and Azealia, send a very disastrous summary when it comes to womanlike empowerment.
In a universe where women’s rights are increasingly threatened and where immature girls feel amounting vigour in almost every aspect of their life, it can only be a certain thing for their music idols to practice womanlike togetherness on the world’s stage.
Of march it isn’t the approach shortcoming of womanlike artists like Iggy and Azealia to help promote feminist rhetoric, but it is correct to do so if you’re propitious adequate to have such an successful platform.
The ongoing quarrel between them unfortunately enclosed many tweets which did positively zero in terms of womanlike empowerment.
This partnership is not only their possibility to build personal bridges, but to send a summary to their fans and the universe at large.
The music attention is already dominated by a enlightenment which sees women pitted against one another and what better way to mangle that trend by joining forces?
So instead of lovely your Twitter feed so you can lay back and watch the drama, let’s try sitting back and enjoying the music these two gifted womanlike rappers have to offer.