Iggy Azalea is the latest rap star to join the lucrative OnlyFans craze and she’s promising to bring the heat with steamy content.

Iggy Azalea has joined OnlyFans.

The “Fancy” hitmaker announced on Friday (January 13) a new year-long multimedia project called Hotter Than Hell, which will be available exclusively on the content subscription service.

For $25 per month, fans get first-look access to a stream of exclusive and uncensored photos, videos, illustrations, poetry and music from the Aussie star, including her fourth studio album, which is due out this summer.

Made the announcement official on Friday (January 13) and hundreds of fans pressed subscribe to her new account charging a $25-a-month fee for an all-access pass to her new year-long multimedia project Hotter Than Hell.

Subscribers will get the first look at some content and exclusive viewing of other things posted as part of the ‘Hotter Than Hell’ project.

But if you want to subscribe to her OnlyFans, it’ll cost you $25 (£20) a month and for that you’ll get a series of uncensored photos, videos and illustrations along with music and poetry from Iggy Azalea.

The singer said her new project was ‘bold and fun’, declaring it was ‘going to surprise a lot of people’.

She said: “I’ve been working on ‘Hotter Than Hell’ for six months already and I’m full of excitement and nervous anticipation to begin revealing it to the world, layer by layer.

“Admittedly, I never knew OnlyFans was a place where I could be creative, so I didn’t expect to be collaborating with them on my biggest project to date.

Once I looked beyond the surface level chatter about what it means to have an OnlyFans, I realised it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on.

“I feel excited about not having to worry about the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists have to navigate when sharing work on other digital platforms.”

What is Onlyfans?

OnlyFans is an online platform and app created in 2016. With it, people can pay for content (photos, videos and live streams) via a monthly membership.

Content is mainly created by YouTubers, fitness trainers, models, content creators and public figures in order to monetise their profession.

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