The statement made by the celebrity, who is 32 years old, revealed that her new account would provide support for her forthcoming multimedia project that will be created in partnership with the platform and given the name “Hotter Than Hell x OnlyFans.” The upcoming project highlights the singer who had success with the song “Fancy” in adult content that is exclusively accessible to premium users. On Saturday, she sent a message on Twitter that said, “You better be subscribed and logged on tonight” (Jan. 14). “Something more incendiary than hell in your email at nine o’clock tonight.”
The Azalea and OnlyFans collaboration is a limited-edition product that will be available for one year only and will be discontinued on December 23, 2023. A wide variety of stuff, such as illustrations, poems, photographs, videos that are innovative yet unabashedly spicy, and, of course, new music will be delivered to subscribers. Azalea cites the supermodel period of the 1990s as the source of inspiration for the new partnership.
Azalea’s newest endeavour will pave the way for the release of her upcoming fourth album, titled Hotter Than Hell, which is scheduled for release in the latter half of 2023. The project has been in the works for almost six months, and it will focus on sexuality while also making a reference to the concept of the centrefold model. Furthermore, it is a hyperrealistic rendition of the life of the blonde beauty.
Azalea stated in a press statement, “I’ve been working on ‘Hotter Than Hell’ for six months now, and I’m full of excitement and anxious anticipation to begin presenting it to the public, layer by layer.” “I can freely admit that I was unaware that OnlyFans was a platform on which I could express my creativity; as a result, I did not anticipate working with them on the most significant endeavour I have undertaken to this point.”
Azalea has hinted that the new album would have a number of pleasant surprises for the audience. She says that “the project is bold and joyful, just like our cooperation is,” and that she believes that a lot of people are going to be surprised by it.
The single mother has been touring, licencing her music, and selling her back catalogue for the past two years since she last published an album. Her music has been a cash cow thanks to these activities. She parted ways with her music collection in November of last year, selling it to Domain Capitol Group for a fee in the eight-figure range that was not revealed.