Iggy Azalea Launches OnlyFans Profile for “Hotter Than Hell” Era
If Iggy Azalea says that “scandalous s-t” is on the horizon, you should definitely take her word for it. Iggy delivered on that tempting promise only a few days later, when she shared specifics about her impending 12-month multimedia project, titled Hotter Than Hell. A press statement claims that the project would span many artistic mediums, including poetry, photography, film, music, and her fourth studio album. Oh, and there are some hidden extras that you’ll have to pay to see.
Her “Hotter Than Hell X OnlyFans” $25/month membership plan was the first step in the rollout, with a coffee table book set for distribution in December as the last act.
According to a press release issued on Friday (Jan. 13), Hotter will be “creative, colorful, tongue-in-cheek fun and unapologetically hot. The project takes visual inspiration from the supermodels of the 90s, Pamela Anderson, the conception of the centrefold model, sexuality and its differing viewpoints between men and women, and Madonna’s book Sex. It is a collaborative project and features exclusive collaborations with producers, visual artists, and fashion photographers.”
Azalea gave fans a first peek to Hotter through a visual collaboration with collage artist Ian Woods, who is known for his mind-bending, cut-up pictures of prominent sports, actresses, and artists. Azalea stated of the multimedia project, “I’ve been working on Hotter Than Hellfor over 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 realized it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on,” she stated. “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. The project is bold and fun – so is this collaboration – I think it’s going to surprise a lot of people.”