Rapper Iggy Azalea made headlines earlier this year when a clip of a 2013 stage performance was turned into a viral Vine video.
However, it appears that one producer was able to sample the confusing Iggy Azalea gibberish and turn it into an impressive beat.
The behind-the-scenes video of how Iggy Azalea’s confusing rap was sampled and its final result was originally posted on YouTube by Revolvr last week. Since then, the same video has also been shared on such websites as World Star Hip-Hop.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the 24-year-old Australian rapper performed the controversial song, “D.R.U.G.S.” at Splash 2013 to an outdoor crowd filled with screaming fans.
Once Iggy Azalea started to speed up the pace of her rapping and got really into the overall on-stage experience, her words came out jumbled together — quickly turning into hard-to-understand gibberish.
Examining the song lyrics of “D.R.U.G.S.” closely makes it somewhat easier to understand what Iggy Azalea was trying to say in the clip.
Listening to the studio version of the song proves that all Iggy Azalea needed to do was slow down and enunciate her words clearly. During a hype outdoor performance, it can become very easy to sound like gibberish if you are rapping a little too fast and with a little too much emphasis on certain phrase.
At least that’s how it seems.
However, an indoor performance of the same Iggy Azalea song has also gone viral primarily because of her apparently sounding like gibberish during the same exact part of the song.
Iggy Azalea has made it clear that she was stepping away from social media. However, that has definitely not stopped people from slamming her for her “gibberish” performances and viral video clips.
How does Iggy Azalea expect to be taken seriously when she keeps talking gibberish
— MF BENNY (@VSVPBenny) April 7, 2015
Iggy azalea is an awful rapper and it has nothing to do with her skin color. rapping in gibberish isn’t hip hop… — LA (@lay_love4) April 5, 2015
Iggy Azalea’s gibberish freestyle makes Kid Rock’s “Bawitdaba” seem like a Shakespearean sonnet.
— Marc Saucer (@msaucer94) March 27, 2015
Throughout many of Iggy Azalea’s most recent stage performances (including her Saturday Night Live appearance last year), the “Fancy” rapper seems to focus on slowing down her pace and enunciating her words a lot clearer than in these now-viral clips.
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