Iggy Azalea Launches OnlyFans for New Mixed Media Project ‘Hotter Than Hell’

The project, which launched publicly on Friday, is said to be inspired by Madonna's 1992 book 'Sex' and will wrap this December with a coffee table book.

Iggy Azalea is seen in a new OnlyFans image

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Iggy Azalea is seen in a new OnlyFans image

Iggy Azalea kicked off a new chapter on Friday with the launch of an official OnlyFans page as part of her plans for a “mixed media project” she’s calling Hotter Than Hell.

A subscription to the page, available here, costs $25 per month and provides fans with what’s billed as unparalleled access to Iggy as she embarks on a mediums-spanning journey that’s set to include (among a number of other projects) the unveiling of a new studio album.

In a statement, Iggy revealed she’s been at work on the project for six month now and is “full of excitement and nervous anticipation” about rolling it out, piece by piece, to the public.

“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!” Iggy, whose first OF-housed collaboration is with artist Ian Woods, said. “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.”

Iggy OnlyFans art is pictured

Future releases under the Hotter Than Hell banner will include photos, videos, poetry, illustrations, and (as mentioned above) music. Mentioned in a press release detailing the project is that Iggy is taking inspiration from Madonna’s 1992 Sex book, with plans to release a coffee table book of her own upon completion of the project at the end of this year.

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Last November, Iggy told fans she won’t “have to work another day in my life” after selling a portion of her catalog in a deal reported to be in the eight-figure range.

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