Los Angeles: Rapper Iggy Azalea has revealed in a string of Twitter posts that she's not allowed to give the first "Digital Distortion" buzz single the proper visuals treatment.
"Bad news update: My record label Virgin/EMI seems to feel the response to my viral record 'Zillon' wasn't good enough and I'm not allowed a video," Azalea wrote before defending the track and complaining about her record label's president Ted Cockle, reports aceshowbiz.com.
"I felt like it was dope so, whatever. Ted Cockle doesn't want to see me shine. What can I say," she continued.
"Anyhow i could say a lot, but I'll keep it mildly professional. Just wanted to let some of you guys asking know whats happening," she informed her fans.
Her second album "Digital Distortion" currently has no release date, but is expected to arrive later this year.
In another tweet she shared on Wednesday, she jokingly threatened to let everyone hear songs off the follow-up to 2014's "The New Classic".
"If all else fails ill just drive around LA and play my new album really loudly every monday from 4-6 p.m. hahaha," she wrote.