Iggy Azalea Talks Tupac & Outkast Influences

By Staff  |  03/24/2015

Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea recently detailed her musical influences, ranging from Tupac to Outkast.

While participating in Vogue's 73 Questions segment, she was asked what her favorite song of all time is, to which she answered Tupac's "Baby Don't Cry."

"It made me fall in love with rap music," Iggy said.

She was also asked what she would ask Tupac, if he were alive, her response: "exactly in every detail what happened the night he passed away."

Later, Iggy expresses her love of OutKast in multiple answers.

"The best music video in the world is 'Bombs Over Baghdad,' " she said.

Iggy lists Andre 3000 as the artists she most wants to collaborate with, and says the song she wishes she had written is "Aquemini."

When asked who would headline a hip-hop festival that she put on, Azalea responded, "Missy Elliott. I love her." She also names her as the Super Bowl performer has influenced her the most.