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Azalea moved to the United States at the age of 16 to pursue a career in hip-hop music, and has since resided in the southern part of the country.Her stage name, from the masculine Egnatius, comes from the name of her dog and the street she lived on.I was right." After her arrival in the US, she received her GED, and resided in the country on a visa waiver for six years, returning to Australia every three months to renew it.Azalea worked in the US illegally until February 2013 when she was granted a five-year O visa.Later that month, she embarked on yet another North American mini-concert tour with Roc Nation singer-songwriter Rita Ora, on her Ora Tour.On 16 December 2012, Azalea performed live alongside Natasha Bedingfield and Bootsy Collins, covering Deee-Lite's 1990 hit disco song "Groove Is in the Heart", on the annual television series VH1 Divas.She later premiered teaser visuals for the track "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)".On 9 October 2012, Azalea made her US national television debut, appearing alongside T. B and other Grand Hustle artists in a cypher, at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards.
She told her parents she was going "on a holiday" with a friend, but eventually decided to stay and shortly afterwards told them she was not coming back home: "I was drawn to America because I felt like an outsider in my own country, I was in love with hip hop, and America is the birthplace of that, so I figured the closer I was to the music, the happier I'd be.
Azalea was featured on Ariana Grande's single "Problem", which peaked at No. If your family's lived in Australia for a long time, everyone has a little bit of [Aborigine blood].
I know my family does because we have an eye condition that only Aboriginal people have." Azalea has also said that her father "made her look at [art] as a teenager", which has always influenced her life and work.
During that period, she met future collaborators FKi and Natalie Sims. was set to executive produce The New Classic, soon after a phone call the two had.
Her song "Pu$$y” was included on the mixtape, alongside guest appearances from YG, Joe Moses, Chevy Jones, and Problem. At the time, Azalea was eyeing a summer release for The New Classic: "Hopefully if all goes to plan, my album will be out in June and I'll have it recorded by the end of the month." However, after Interscope did not allow T. to be an ongoing part of her deal, Azalea opted not to sign with the major label and stay independently signed to Grand Hustle Records, until the release of her first album, which had then been postponed.
In pursuit of her desire to move to America, Azalea dropped out of high school.