It looks like Iggy Azalea is going to release her debut album, 'The New Classic,' this year. During her interview with BBC Radio 1, the Aussie rapper premiered the set’s kick-off single, 'Fancy' featuring pop-rock singer Charli XCX.

The bouncy hip-pop song consists of stabbing synths, finger snaps and a heavy beat that will no doubt get major spins on the radio and in the clubs.

On the track, Azalea flexes her sex appeal and she lets the world know why she’s the flyest chick in the game.

"First things first I’m the realest / Drop this and let the whole world feel it / I’m still in the murda bizness / I can hold you down like I’m giving lessons in Physics," she raps.

Charli XCX gives the song its pop flavor on the hook, singing, "I’m so fancy / You already know / I’m in the fast lane / From L.A. to Tokyo."

This is a dope collaboration that’s dripping with feminine swagger. Unfortunately, the song won’t hit digital stores until April 6, so for now, it’s just the radio rip.

"I'm glad everyone is liking the new single," Azalea tweeted to her fans.

Meanwhile, the 'Work' rhymer will release 'The New Classic' April 14.

Listen to Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' Feat. Charli XCX

Watch Iggy Azalea's Teaser for 'Fancy' Feat. Charli XCX