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(AllHipHop News) A technical glitch forced Iggy Azalea to re-record her vocals for her comeback album.

The rapper reveals her hard drive crashed and she couldn’t retrieve files that featured portions of the songs she had recorded for “In My Defense.”

Iggy revealed all via Twitter, telling fans she hoped to have the record completed by Friday.

“My hard drive crashed last week. it was unrecoverable,” she wrote. “I used a dif engineer for a few sessions and only saved that work to my drive so not everything was double backed up. I didn’t lose full songs. I’m hope to be done officially on Friday.”

“My hard drive crashed last week. it was unrecoverable,” she wrote. “I used a dif engineer for a few sessions and only saved that work to my drive so not everything was double backed up. I didn’t lose full songs. I’m hope to be done officially on Friday.”

 

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