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Background Edit

History and promotion Edit

On  September 28, 2012, Iggy Azalea announced she would be releasing her second mixtape "TrapGold", produced entirely by Diplo and FKi, on 11 October 2012. The mixtape, according to Azalea, is based on feelings she used to get as a teenager before she started attending record label meetings. She described the feelings as "young" and "bulletproof." She later premiered teaser visuals for the track "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)".The mixtape's track listing and cover artwork were released on September 30, 2012. The artwork received the stamp of approval from Kylie Minogue. On October 5, 2012, Iggy Azalea released "Down South".On April 3, 2013, she released a music video for the song "Slo."

Tour Edit

In November and December 2012, Iggy Azalea headlined a tour in Europe to support "TrapGold".

Track listing Edit

No. Title Length
1. "Intro" 00:48
2. "Yo El Ray" 2:48
3. "Down South" 4:24
4. "Demons" 3:26
5. "Slo." 3:46
6. "Quicktime" (featuring Chevy Jones) 3:41
7. "Flexin' & Finessin' (featuring Juicy J) 3:28
8. "1-800-BONE" 3:12
9. "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)" 1:59
10. "GoldDust" 2:34
11. "Outro" 00:12

Reception  Edit

Trap Gold recieved generally positive reviews. On DatPiff the mixtape holds four out of five stars based on 93 reviews. It was been downloaded over 30,000 times earning itself a Bronze certificate. 

Sample credits Edit

Release history Edit

Country Date Format
Worldwide October 11, 2012 Free download

References Edit

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