Iggy Azalea participated in answering some fan questions on Twitter yesterday, and revealed details on her upcoming album Digital Distortion and plans for new music in January.

A few weeks ago, Iggy previewed a snippet of “7Teen” that led many of her fans to believe this would be her official single. She debunked those rumors by telling a curious fan that “Team” would be the lead single off DD. She explains it as "20% meaningful, 70% bop, 10% ratchet." Listen to a snippet of "Team" that she shared on Twitter below.

In Iggy’s reply to another fan, she explains she’ll be singing more on DD, so we can expect melodies from her.

“Team” won’t be releasing next month, but she promises more content such as buzz songs and viral videos in January. These set of songs won’t be available for iTunes, she says, but rather on other online platforms like SoundCloud and YouTube.

Finally, she gives a bit of insight on the recording process of DD. She hasn’t worked with The Invisible Men for this album, but confirms the majority of the production is done by the collective D.R.U.G.S. She also mentions collaborating with Diplo on some songs, but none of them will be on DD. Sonically, she explains that pop is a major influence, as well as other genres.

It sounds like Iggy is hard at work on Digital Distortion. 2016 could mark the return of Iggy season.