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Iggy Azalea Shares Her Astonishing Playlist But It Seems To Have Been Taken Over By Her Son Onyx

Iggy Azalea Shares Her Astonishing Playlist But It Seems To Have Been Taken Over By Her Son Onyx

One of the most followed online music streams in the world, Spotify announced the traditional annual ‘Spotify Wrapped’, and people started sharing the songs they listen to in 2020 via their social media accounts.

Spotify made a special surprise for its subscribers, just days before 2021, as in previous years. Spotify users can access information such as the most listened to songs, artists, and more in 2020. On the page that is accessible under the title of ‘2020 summary’ on the application, it is possible to access many music lists under titles such as ‘artists of the year,’ ‘female artists of the year’.

During a recent question-and-answer session on Twitter, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea responded to her followers’ questions randomly. A fan asked wondered her Spotify Wrapped and begged the rapper that she needs to share it.

After the rapper said she wasn’t using Spotify, her followers insisted that she share the Apple Music playlist. In the end, the 30-year-old rapper, who couldn’t stand the insistence, shared her music playlist on Apple Music. However, there were abnormally too many Disney-owned songs on the list, and they were all children’s songs.

Iggy brought some clarity to the Disney songs and said that these were some of the songs she played for her son Onyx while taking a shower. She also said that the names on the list she shared are not her favorite artists and revealed that she is still listening to songs on Youtube.

Here’s what Iggy Azalea said:

“I dead ass don’t have a Spotify account.

LmAooooooo mannnn I dunno. I really don’t use the damn app. I’ve listened to “it’s a small world” literally 3 times max. And I don’t see any ‘top 5 artist’ list just this playlist they made. Y’all asked!”

In her another tweet:

“My son listens to the Disney classics album when he’s having a bath. Lol.”

Iggy also said:

“Tbh I type in what I want into YouTube all the time to listen to music, it’s hard to break old habits.”

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