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Iggy Azalea Criticizes Music Labels For Mental Health, Fans Say “Artist’s Death Boosts Sales”


Many musicians have spoken belatedly about protecting mental health, and the latest to join the movement is rapper and singer-songwriter Iggy Azalea. On Monday August 16, Iggy used his official Twitter account to launch mental health truth bombs while calling on record companies not to take care of artists’ mental health.

The “Black Widow” hitmaker posted a thread that sparked a conversation in her comments section. The 31-year-old host also raised the question of why record companies haven’t hired a psychologist for their artists while sports teams still do for their athletes. On the work side, the Australian rapper recently released her third and most likely her last album titled “The End of an Era”.

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Iggy openly called the record companies, saying, “I REALLY WISH that the record companies would all agree to make it mandatory to hire at least ONE psychologist per label. Almost ALL of the artists in recent times have expressed their struggle against the level of hate and pressure. Sports teams do it for their athletes, why not music labels? She then posted another tweet that only four guys run the entire music industry. “Yes too, it may sound like ‘But there are so many labels! There are actually only about 4 people running the whole music business, so it would be pretty easy to hold them accountable and get them to implement a change in their businesses.

Well, Iggy didn’t stop there as she also pulled Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge and Sony Music Group Chairman Rob Stringer into the conversation. “Lucian Grainge is at the top of this list,” adding in another tweet, “Rob Stringer is also on the list, why isn’t he doing anything.” Iggy in concluding his thread, claimed that taking care of artists’ sanity was not a Herculean task. “Between these two guys, it’s literally 85% coverage on all labels. Do you see what I’m saying? It’s not difficult to do that actually. Why don’t they do it? But you’ve got 20 or so A&R teams that literally nobody wants in the studio. More recently, Lil Wayne had also opened up about his mental health issues, saying he first realized he had mental health issues when he pulled the trigger on his attempt. suicide at the age of 12.

“In the music industry, the death of an artist increases sales”

Mental Health Warriors rushed to the comments section of Iggy Azalea’s thread where one user said, “Wait, couldn’t the artist just see a psychologist or psychiatrist himself?” I mean I use Dr. on Demand and it’s so easy I just have to do it FaceTime! Couldn’t the label just give them a discount or a budget for it? Another said: “This is cute until you realize the medic can be used to pick up and trick the artist like they do with @britneyspears Not like they’re gonna let the trusts choose their own doctor to travel. “

The next one agreed with the rapper and added, “Alright! I don’t think it’s fair for someone to be punished SO harshly for living their dream. That’s crazy; this problem should be resolved as soon as possible. Meanwhile, one user pointed out: “Because record companies only think about their profit and well-being, they don’t want to know how the artist feels … They don’t mind. treating them like disposable animals is sad, but this is the industry. And, another person concluded, “The real problem is that when a sports team loses an athlete to suicide, that team loses money, she loses fans, etc. committing suicide or fighting addiction is disgusting.

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