"If you was mad before, I bet you hate me for this new sh*t," warns Iggy Azalea on "Heavy Crown." It's one of five new cuts on Reclassified, which mostly repackages her breakthrough The New Classic. It's hard to hate on Iggy, even if her hits are largely due to killer hooks from pop queens like Mø ("Beg For It") and Ellie Goulding ("Heavy Crown"). For her, hip-hop culture means parties, fashion, sex, a rich lifestyle and nothing more. However, older tracks like "Work" and "Don't Need Y'all," where she remembers being a poor Aussie immigrant who used to scrub floors, have added resonance here.