Iggy Azalea has finally broken her silence on why she's cancelled her 2015 'Great Escape' tour, putting it down to a "creative change of heart" after an interview with Seventeen Magazine.
"I need a break to figure out what I want my sound to progress to," Azalea told the magazine. She then applied the frequent "exhaustion" explanation, insisting that she's "not in a bad place," but wants an opportunity to "enjoy what [she] worked so hard for."
"It can kind of wear on you, too," Azalea went on to say, "when you've been doing the same material for a really long time." She then wrapped up with the conclusion that "when enough things come your way, you can't ignore the signs."
"The only reason why at this point I would stay and do this tour is to save face publicly, or to not endure publicly what people will say if I cancel it," Azalea mentioned about the tour.
You can read the full interview here.
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