Iggy Azalea is eyeing a comeback.

About four years after she released her last full-length project, the 28-year-old Aussie has finally released her Survive the Summer EP. Iggy teased the effort nearly one year ago on social media, simply tweeting the abbreviation S.T.S.

Since then, the rapper has released multiple singles from the six-track EP, including “Tokyo Snow Drip” and “Kream” featuring Tyga. She also announced in a now-deleted tweet that Survive the Summer would be accompanied by a series of music videos.

“STS is an EP with visuals to each song. Surprise,” she wrote. “Give me a second longer—it’s worth the wait.”

Iggy spoke about her new material during an interview with iHeartRadio this year, shortly after she dropped her standalone single “Savior.”

“You can expect more honesty from me and my records,” she said. “I still have fun ups and downs and stuff, but the whole point of my record, as a whole, is the turbulence you go through in summer, when you’ve just experienced a big breakup. It’s a lot of highs and a lot of burnouts. My record is that juxtaposition... ‘Savior’ sets the scene. This is day one. This is where I was at. Then moving along from there, this is what happened to me and what I went through.”

Stream Survive the Summer now on Apple Music, iTunes, and Spotify.