Iggy Azalea has launched a yearlong multimedia project, including new music, exclusively to OnlyFans after joining the popular site.
Today (13 January), she launched the 'Hotter Than Hell X OnlyFans' collaboration which will include parts of her fourth studio album which is expected to release in full later on this year.
The collaboration will last all year and wrap up in December 2023, and follows in the footsteps of plenty of other famous faces who have decided to get onto OnlyFans.
Subscribers will get the first look at some content and exclusive viewing of other things posted as part of the 'Hotter Than Hell' project.
But if you want to subscribe to her OnlyFans, it'll cost you $25 (£20) a month and for that you'll get a series of uncensored photos, videos and illustrations along with music and poetry from Iggy Azalea.
The singer said her new project was 'bold and fun', declaring it was 'going to surprise a lot of people'.
She said: "I’ve been working on ‘Hotter Than Hell’ for six months already and I’m full of excitement and nervous anticipation to begin revealing it to the world, layer by layer.
"Admittedly, I never knew OnlyFans was a place where I could be creative, so I didn’t expect to be collaborating with them on my biggest project to date. Once I looked beyond the surface level chatter about what it means to have an OnlyFans, I realised it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on.
"I feel excited about not having to worry about the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists have to navigate when sharing work on other digital platforms."
This move also marks Azalea's promised return to music after she took a break and even suggested that she might quit the business altogether.
Back in the summer of 2021, she said she was taking a break from music for 'a few years' after dropping the aptly titled album 'End of an Era'.
Saying she wanted to 'focus on other creative projects', she stepped away from it for a while but last summer revealed she would be making more music again in the future.
Explaining that she'd taken a break from her music as she'd become 'tired of the negative energy it attracted', Azalea revealed she had been 'willing to walk away from music' altogether.
However, she then said that people were still being 'negative and nosey' even when she wasn't making music, so she decided she might as well get back into the swing of things again and told the haters they could 'cry about it'.
Making a comeback on OnlyFans might be a pretty unorthodox way to do things but it's her project and she's already figured out a good way to deal with internet creeps, posting their skeevy DMs onto Instagram as a way of 'clowning these kinds of messages publicly'.