Iggy Azalea: 'Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday Was Very Rigid'
Aussie rapper has said the Super Bass star's debut wasn't 'dynamic'...
While the Work hitmaker praised Minaj for including both rap and pop tracks on the LP, she also believes the album wasn't dynamic enough.
Speaking of the American Idol judge, Azalea told Digital Spy: "She definitely had both sides but I think hers was - I don't wanna be mean to her because I'm not being mean - but I don't think that it was dynamic.
"I could see both sides and I'm not saying it has to be that way, but it was very rigid in the way that it flipped between the two [sounds]. I like to make the music flow like a river - I'm like, 'You have to listen to the album from track one to ten!'"
Describing her forthcoming debut LP to the website, the Aussie rapper said: "I wanted to make sure the record has a lot more story-telling than I've done before - not that I have a Drake Take Care album or anything.
"It's still wrapped in a fun package like 'Work' but I had so many songs like that, that afterwards I was like, 'F**k, actually I need more fun songs about nothing!'"
Azalea's new single Bounce is due for release on July 8, ahead of her album in September.