Iggy Azalea complains that her song with Britney Spears wasn’t promoted right

Kenny Awotorebo

In a series of tweets during an online questions-and-answer session, Iggy says that the song–which barely cracked the top 30 after its May release and has fallen since then–suffered due to a lack of television spots and other promotional content.

“Pretty Girls” was accompanied by a video based on the absurdist comedy Earth Girls Are Easy and a campaign that put the song in specially-chosen Uber SUVs in Los Angeles. Azalea has told her fans that she’s in the studio working on her sophomore album, though she has said that she recently scrapped half a year’s worth of work.

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